The Most Expensive Condos Sold in Toronto in the Past Month

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PH 2 - 170 Avenue Road

Despite living in the midst of a global 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 $3.7 and $7.5 million, showcasing the best condos our city has to offer complete with luxurious locations, amenities, and designs.

READ: Freehold Homes Continue to Outpace Condos as Buyers’ Preferences Shift

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

5. 7910 – 388 Yonge Street – Sold for: $3,780,000

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7910 – 388 Yonge Street

Specs:

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

If postcard-worthy views is what you lust for, this two bedroom penthouse with unobstructed south-west city and lake views would be the ideal spot for you. With over 3000-square-feet of luxurious living space, this would make the perfect space to entertain, especially thanks to the gourmet kitchen complete with a wine fridge, top-of-the-line appliances, and massive centre island, where your guests can cozy up with a glass of vino or two.

4. 1202 – 206 Bloor Street West – Sold for: $4,550,000

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1202 – 206 Bloor Street West

Specs:

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 2500–2749 sq. ft
  • Parking spots: 2

Not only does this Yorkville gem boast three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it also comes with unobstructed south-facing views of Philosopher’s walk, the ROM, and sweeping skyline views — that can be enjoyed from the spacious terrace. Other swoon-worthy features include a spa-worthy bathroom with a custom soaker tub, a his and hers walk-in closet, a double-sided gas fireplace, and luxe finishes throughout.

3. 1302 – 25 Scrivener Square – Sold for: $4,700,000

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1302 – 25 Scrivener Square

Specs:

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 2750–2999 sq. ft
  • Parking spots: 2

Tucked away from the hustle of the downtown core, this Rosedale penthouse looks and feels more like a luxury home than a city condo. Thanks to the sprawling wrap-around terrace, homeowners can feast their eyes on panoramic south views of the city and the lake. Complete with a formal dining and living room, spacious bedrooms, chef’s kitchen, and a family room with a fireplace, you’ll be waking up every day to refined elegance.

2. 704 – 33 Jackes Avenue – Sold for: $5,999,000

expensive condos
704 – 33 Jackes Avenue

Specs:

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Size: 2750–2999 sq. ft
  • Parking spots: 2

Next level luxury awaits you in this full-service boutique building in Summerhill. With nearly 3000 sq. ft. of living space overlooking Rosedale and Yorkville, this humble abode is flooded with natural light. The spacious living room opens up to a sleek chef’s kitchen featuring fluted wood cabinet, a marble centre island, and quartz counters. But above all, the renovations in this suite will surely impress every guest thanks to the thoughtful design, generously proportioned rooms, and luxe finishes.

1. PH 2 – 170 Avenue Road – Sold for: $7,500,000

expensive condos
PH 2 – 170 Avenue Road

Specs:

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Size: 3000-3249 sq.ft
  • Parking spots: 3

Grandeur doesn’t even do this truly remarkable penthouse justice. With 12-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, over 1,400 sq.ft. of terraces offering city and lake views, this suite is truly in a league of its own. Let’s not forget about the exotic hardwood and stone throughout, indoor sauna, rooftop hot tub, and indoor and outdoor fireplaces, it’s safe to say that this condo is worth every penny.

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