This Toronto Condo Is An Urban Oasis That Will Soothe Your Soul For $1.5 Million

Urban Oasis
(All photos courtesy of Sold by Shane)

We’re all well aware of how hectic living in the city can be, and how often we’re overstimulated by traffic, sounds, jobs, family, and the TTC in particular.

This new condo listing, however, is an urban oasis for a calm and relaxing new home.

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This latest listing in Leslieville is here to strip away the noise and bring you back to a sense of calm.

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It’s built with a tranquil and minimalist design that lets you quiet down after a chaotic day in Toronto.

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Price: $1,548,000
Address: 518-50 Curzon St.
Brokerage: Shane Carslake

Even from the outdoors, the condo takes a grounded focus with natural elements from brick, shrubbery, and grass rather than typical glass and steel.

Right from the entrance, the calming neutral palette and uncluttered design keep the overall feeling peaceful.

The kitchen strips away clutter and congestion with a streamlined design, pristine white counters, and glass partitions for an open and spacious feel.

Seamless cupboards on the wall clean up the kitchen even more, while the neutral palette continues to create a downtown oasis.

A cozy fireplace brings relaxation to the forefront in this minimalist and modern sitting room.

The bathroom optimizes design with a wall-free shower. The shower head is hung on the wall across from the tub for a truly open and clear space.

Use the beautiful modern tub to let the stress of the workday soak away.

If you have a type-A personality, this organized and parallel structure will soothe your soul.

And this bedroom certainly doesn’t look like other crammed and cluttered bedrooms we’re familiar with …

And perhaps the crowning piece of this listing, the outdoor patio oasis, which draws on a beautiful sunset view and privacy from natural screens.
It’s a little slice of small-town quiet in the heart Toronto.
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