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Sold! This is what a $5 million condo looks like in Toronto

Overlooking the city, this stunning penthouse sits pretty in the Annex. The architect for the space says it was designed with lightness and simplicity in mind, and the sleek, simple white design reflects that. 1 bedford road toronto

With over 2,000 square feet of living space, architect Heather Dubbeldam created a modern suite that is filled with light and simplicity.

1 bedford road torontoThe main living area is open plan. The huge floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of light and the 50-foot custom built-in bookshelf is every bibliophile's dream.

1 bedford road torontoThe teak-colour wood adds a nice touch of warmth to an otherwise cold space.

1 bedford road torontoThe kitchen is sleek and minimalist with plain white cabinets and grey countertops.

1 bedford road torontoThere are two bedrooms and another small room that could be used as an office or as another bedroom.  

1 bedford road torontoThe rooms are pretty basic as far as rooms go.

1 bedford road torontoThe bathrooms are modern and stark with an all-white look.

1 bedford road torontoAs for outdoor space, you're spoiled with a breathtaking view of the city and there's four large balconies for you to take it all in.1 bedford road toronto

The Essentials
1 bedford road torontoWhy it sold for what it did?

The view, the location, the fact that it has noise cancelling insulation? Probably a combo of everything, but mostly the location.1 bedford road toronto

Was it worth it?

I'm struggling to see why this condo is worth so much. To me it's just another fancy glass box in the sky and you could get a way cooler house for this kind of cash.1 bedford road toronto

Lead photo by

 Dubbeldam Architecture + Design. Remaining photos by Jordan Prussky/The Print Market.


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