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21:20  18 june  2017
21:20  18 june  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

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Amenities in the building include a 24-hour concierge, outdoor common terrace, exercise room, pool, party room and guest suites.

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Location: 35 Hayden St., Unit 1604, near Yonge and Bloor Sts.

Asking price: $1,099,000

Size: about 950 square feet

Parking: one owned underground space; one owned locker

Taxes: $3,509 (2016)

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

On the 16th floor of a building called Bloor Street Neighbourhood Condominium, this two-level suite on the 16th floor has an in-suite staircase leading to a private, 700-square-foot rooftop terrace.

Steps from the vibrant Yonge and Bloor Sts. intersection, this unique suite with two bedrooms and two bathrooms offers ample outdoor space in the midst of the city’s bustling core.

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“We are the first owners of this penthouse condo and would not have sold it if we did not have to move to Calgary,” says owner Seema Aggrawal.

“The condo is very large and feels like a house because of the large rooftop terrace and the big skylight above the stairs. Every weekend, when weather permits, we have a party and all our guests love the open private space. We love to stare at the stars through my telescope on the terrace and have decided to leave the telescope for the new owners to enjoy,” Aggrawal says.

She adds that the building is a walk away from Yorkville’s high-end shops, fine dining and entertainment, cafes and bars, and downtown festivals and parades. “The Pride Parade can be watched from our terrace, and Nuit Blanche and the Yorkville Exotic Car Show are some of the nearby festivals, to name a few.

“As well, the building is very well maintained and safe,” Aggrawal adds.

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Built in 2010 by Cresford Developments, the amenities in the building include a 24-hour concierge, outdoor common terrace, exercise room, indoor swimming pool, change rooms, whirlpool, billiards room, party room and guest suites.

“There are a handful of unique layouts, such as this suite, due to the L-shaped building,” says listing agent Cameron Weir. “This unit has a split-bedroom floor plan, to optimize the privacy of the bedrooms. This suite has a main-floor balcony, as well, with walkouts from the living room, dining room and both bedrooms.

“In addition, only four units in this building have this generous private terrace on the rooftop,” Weir adds.

The suite opens into a foyer, which features a closet and hardwood floors.

The living area is in the middle of the unit, flanked on both sides by the bedrooms.

The living room contains a large window, hardwood floors and a garden door walkout to a balcony.

Open-concept, the adjoining dining room is outfitted with hardwood floors, a large window and another garden door walkout to the balcony.

The kitchen is just off the dining room and, although compact, is modern and showcases sleek cabinetry, ceramic tile backsplash, a pantry, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances — including a dishwasher — a double sink, granite countertops and an interesting layered ceiling design, adding to the kitchen’s contemporary character.

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The master bedroom is entered through a door from the dining room. It features broadloom on the floor, a small enclave that could easily serve as a dressing area as two of the walls are double closets. The master bedroom also has a walkout to a balcony, bordered on one side by a large window, and a four-piece ensuite.

The second bedroom is entered through the foyer and has broadloom on the floor, a double mirrored closet and a garden door walkout to a balcony with large windows on one side.

There is another four-piece bathroom off the foyer to serve this bedroom and guests.

Wide wooden stairs with wooden pickets lead to the upper-floor private terrace. The ceiling above the stairs sports a large skylight, made entirely of glass.

The terrace has a concrete tile floor, a glass rail, brick walls dividing it from the neighbouring terraces, and space for a full dining area and several lounging areas, with views of the Toronto’s cityscape.

To have a look at this property contact listing agents: Fuji Duong and Cameron Weir, the WEIR Team, Keller Williams Advantage Realty, Brokerage, 416-465-4533; TheWEIRTeam.ca.

Although we try to provide the most up-to-date information available, we cannot guarantee features as listed. Please contact the realtor for latest details. To make a submission to Home of the Week, email soldhome@rogers.com .

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