36 hazelton avenue

This $12.5M luxury Toronto penthouse comes with a spectacular glass wine room

Situated in one of Yorkville's most exclusive residential properties, 36 Hazelton Avenue is a boutique building with only 20 residences and has a timeless feel to its presence. 

This stunning and meticulously designed 3,955 square-foot residence, suite 5B, is for sale for $12.5 million. It comes with high-quality luxury finishes including a temperature-controlled glass wine enclosure with a 280-bottle capacity, spa-like ensuite bathroom and stunning Yorkville views, according to the Jordan Grosman Group, Toronto luxury real estate experts. 

The two-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse features bespoke design and decoration from BCMR Group Ltd. The custom layout and numerous one-of-a-kind details will take your breath away. 

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The penthouse for sale at 36 Hazelton comes with luxury features throughout.

Some of the luxury features include smoked European oak herringbone wood flooring throughout the kitchen, walnut-faced interior doors, solid walnut trim throughout, and an automated Hunter Douglas blind system and custom linen drapery system. 

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The kitchen is at the heart of the custom layout for this residence.

At the heart of the residence is a lavish kitchen, which boasts top-of-the-line appliances from Miele, including a double oven, two dishwashers, walnut-paneled fridge/freezer and a Miele tall wine fridge. 

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There are beautiful Yorkville views.

This kitchen also has a butler's pantry which houses a third sink and an additional fridge. Further, there’s a separate balcony (one of four outdoor spaces) overlooking historic Yorkville. 

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The dining room comes with an original Lindsay Adelman Chandelier.

Step into the grand dining space featuring a triple-tiered coffered ceiling highlighting an original Lindsay Adelman Chandelier. This dining area also is paired with the adjacent custom glass wine room. 

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The wine storage wall is a stunning feature in this home.

The sliding wall feature was hand-painted by four artisans, on-site. The space privatizes the kitchen from the dining room. The dining area also has a separate outdoor terrace. 

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The family room and living room comes with a fireplace.

From morning to night, enjoy the ample natural light and spectacular panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The combined living/family rooms separated by an incredible feature fireplace provides a variety of cozy spots to relax and unwind, according to broker Dorian Rodrigues.

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The primary bedroom is spacious with plenty of natural light.

The large primary bedroom defines luxury and features an ensuite bathroom that is the epitome of decadence with spa retreat-like amenities including a frameless steam shower with two steam heads, a freestanding soaker tub, private water closet room, in-floor radiant heating, makeup vanity, elegant fixtures and spacious his and her washing stations. 

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The ensuite bathroom has a soaker tub with a view.

Holbrook & Associates Landscape Architects designed all four terraces and balconies and they come with an automated water feed for all outdoor plantings and exterior lighting amongst all outdoor landscaping. 

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The steam shower has two steam heads.

This penthouse also comes with five parking spaces and is steps away from Toronto’s finest shops, five-star restaurants and nightlife. 

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The penthouse features custom solid wood millwork throughout.

At 36 Hazelton Avenue, Suite 5B, there is not a single detail overlooked. Find out more through Jordan Grosman or Dorian Rodrigues.

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