This 3.25M King St. Condo Has The Most Stunning City Views

King St. Condo
Photo courtesy of SilverHouseHD.

If condo living makes you feel claustrophobic, this is the perfect place for you.

This stunning King St. condo is nothing like the 500 sq. ft. units you’re used to seeing on MLS. At a whopping 2,480 sq. ft., this spectacular south-facing unit is the perfect place for those that like to entertain. The gorgeous unit comes with two bedrooms, underground parking and a nearly 400 sq. ft. balcony, but what really makes this place stand out is its breathtaking unobstructed views of the city.

Just see for yourself…

Price: $3,250,000
Address: 224 King St – Suite 4302
Brokerage: Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd.
Agents: Dylan Donovan and Kristen Duern

King St. Condo
All photos by SilverHouseHD.

We don’t typically start in the office, but with a view like this, we can’t resist, just like you won’t be able to resist working from home.

Heading into the main living area, this condo has room for two full living spaces and a six-seater dining table, making it the perfect spot for living and entertaining.

At first glance, the kitchen is understated, but if you look closely, you’ll quickly notice how high-end it really is. After all, your average condo doesn’t come with Wolf and SubZero appliances!

It’s not often that you come across a condo with enough space for a living room, dining room and family room, but at 2,480 sq. ft. this unit can surely accommodate you and all your friends.

Personally, we’d opt for frosted windows in this washroom. What about you?

Is there anything more urban than concrete walls and floor-to-ceiling windows?

Even the closet offers a stunning view of the city!

Of course, there’s no point in having a stunning view if you don’t have a big balcony to enjoy it from. This 397 sq. ft. balcony makes it all worthwhile. Just imagine having a coffee or a cocktail out here every day.

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