The Most Expensive Condos Sold in Toronto in the Past Month

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1002-30 Old Mill Road/Zoocasa

Despite the COVID pandemic, Toronto’s red hot real estate market continues to heat up and prices are soaring, particularly in the luxury condo segment, which was on fire last month as multi-million dollar listings continued to sell throughout the city.

Once again, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Zoocasa and MLS to track down the most expensive condos sold in Toronto in the past month. These condos are all worth between a cool $3.4 and $7.1 million, showcasing the best condos our city has to offer complete with luxurious locations, amenities, and designs.

Read on to learn more about the five most expensive condos sold in Toronto in the last month.

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5. 1002 – 30 Old Mill Road: Listed for $3.2 million

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 2250–2499 sq. ft
  • Parking: 2

Located in one of the West End’s most desirable condo residences, this sell at Riverhouse At The Old Mill is simply exquisite. The airy indoor experience is rounded out by a 1,400 sq. ft. terrace with spectacular views of the lush Humber River Valley, and the city’s skyline. The nearly-10-foot ceilings are an added bonus, too.

4. 66 Collier Street: Listed for $3.9 million

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Size: 3500–3749 sq. ft.
  • Parking: 4

This one-of-a-kind penthouse features two 300 sq. ft. terraces wrapped up like a present in an exclusive boutique condo at the intersection of Yorkville and Rosedale. Two units combine to create this one massive residence, from which you can take in unobstructed city views and entertain with elegance.

3. 2003 – 625 Avenue Road: Listed for $4.9 million

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 3000–3249 sq. ft
  • Parking: 2 

This penthouse is a spectacular find, located at the sought-after Lonsdale in Midtown. Watch over Upper Canada College, Deer Park, and the downtown skyline from a sky-high, unobstructed perspective, and enjoy the gourmet eat-in kitchen and access to the TTC, schools, and parks to boot.

2. 2301 – 155 Yorkville Avenue: Listed for $5.9 million

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Size: 4500–4749 sq. ft.
  • Parking: 3

Everything is at your fingertips when you’re living in the heart of Yorkville. Transit, gourmet grocers, and Prada, Hermes, and Chanel boutiques are all only steps away, but you’ll have to tear yourself away from the gorgeous views — both inside and outside this coveted space — to get to them.  

1. 2 Chedington Place: Listed for $7.1 million

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Size: N/A
  • Parking:

A Bayview and Lawrence treasure, this Chedington Place sell is a stunner. An exquisite mantle, delicate chandelier, and finishes fit for a royal are only the cherries on top of the gourmet gelato sundae that is this condo. With four bedrooms and six bathrooms that would each make Holly Golightly swoon, the buyer will be hard-pressed to tear themselves away for a stroll through the stunning neighbourhood. 

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