224 King St - Theatre Park

Condo of the Week: $3.32 mil for a flashy downtown suite with a wraparound terrace


Soaring 42 storeys high above the Entertainment District is suite 4202 at Theatre Park (224 King Street West).This condo takes up over half of the floor with nearly 2,500 square feet of living space. This sky-high unit allows for a ton of natural light to illuminate the space, along with luxe and contemporary details to admire throughout. This $3.325 million condo comes with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a den.


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Toronto Penthouse at 245 Perth Avenue

Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a Junction Triangle penthouse with a rooftop putting green.



By: Jonathan Forani – Toronto Life
January 15th, 2020

Address:245 Perth Avenue, penthouse
Neighbourhood: Junction Triangle
Agent: Dylan Donovan, Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited
Price: $2,795,000

The Place

A modern 2,000-square-foot penthouse near Dundas West station. The three-bed, three-bath unit has a Scandinavian-style interior, with a light colour palette and sculptural furniture. It also has a 1,600-square-foot wrap-around rooftop terrace.

The History

The building is part of the Arch Lofts, a restoration of the century-old Perth Avenue Methodist Church. In 2018, the seller purchased the unfinished penthouse unit and carried out a six-month renovation. They preserved the original layout and added custom finishes.

The Tour

There’s direct elevator access to the penthouse, which is one of 13 units in the building:

The front hallway has cement tile flooring. Those stairs go down to a wine cellar:

The wine cellar is 77 square feet and holds more than 60 bottles:

This room, located next to the front hallway, could be used as a bedroom:

It also has access to the wrap-around terrace:

The living room has 10-foot ceilings and a white oak wall:

Most of the flooring in the unit is made from white oak:

A brass chandelier hangs in the dining area:

In the kitchen, there are spherical light fixtures and granite countertops:

The powder room hasribbed stone tile walls and a pendant light fixture:

In the master, there’s a built-in king-size bed with a white oak frame:

Including the bathroom, which features a glass enclosure and grey granite tiles, the master suite is nearly 275 square feet:

Both of the main bedrooms have access to the terrace:

The second bedroom has a king-size bed, a glass shower and a built-in vanity:

There are green-blue cement tiles in this bathroom:

The penthouse terrace has two gas lines, which makes it a good spot to BBQ:

This Muskoka-inspired patio set can be purchased with the unit:

… along with this little putting green:

Big Selling Point

The wrap-around rooftop terrace. At nearly 1,600 square feet, the outdoor deck is only slightly smaller than the interior of the apartment. That means buyers will have plenty of space to soak up sun (or work on their short game) in the summer months.

Possible Deal Breaker

You could rent a small studio apartment with the monthly maintenance fees.

By the Numbers
  • $2,795,000
  • 1,845 square feet
  • $1,404 in monthly maintenance fees
  • $8,128 in taxes
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 1 parking space
  • 1 storage locker

For more information and full listing detail visit: https://dylandonovan.ca/245-perth-ave-penthouse/

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Shangri-La Toronto - 4005

This $2.29M Shangri-La Condo Is Exquisite And Divine


This exquisite two-bedroom condo, located in the highly sought after Residences of Shangri-La Toronto, will have you living the five-star life permanently. With magnificent views of Lake Ontario and Queens Park, the views from this home are divine.

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245 Perth Ave

Condo of the Week: a $3.49 mil penthouse with a wraparound terrace in the Junction Triangle

by Chelsea Dolan | Posted: August 29th, 2019

Modern luxury is given new meaning with this west-end penthouse in the Junction. Taking up the entire fourth floor at 245 Perth Ave., this $3.495 million property boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Plus, it combines indoor-outdoor living with its 360-degree wraparound terrace.245 Perth Ave

The exposed ten-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling walk-outs and open concept layout allow for a super airy main living area. 245 Perth Ave

The industrial ceiling contrasts with the warm wood and gold tones of the accompanying decor. The end result is a sleek and sophisticated space.PH-245 Perth Ave

The kitchen cabinets and appliances blend seamlessly with a white oak finish. PH-245 Perth Ave

The master bedroom has yet another walk-out to the terrace. It also comes with a walk-in closet and floor-to-ceiling windows.245 Perth Ave

Just one glass wall separates the less-than-private bathroom, complete with soaker bathtub and double sinks.PH-245 Perth Ave

Here is the view from the master bedroom:PH-245 Perth Ave

There’s a lot to like about the private wraparound terrace. It’s accessible from nearly every room and offers panoramic views of the city.PH-245 Perth Ave

It spans nearly 1,600 square feet and includes an outdoor kitchen. There’s even a custom putting green.PH-245 Perth Ave

The wine room on the lower level features a standout wine wall.PH-245 Perth Ave

The condo is currently listed with Dylan Donovan and Kristen Duern of Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, Brokerage.PH-245 Perth Ave

Link to original article: https://trnto.com/toronto-condo-for-sale-ph-245-perth-ave/


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Theatre Park Toronto Condos

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

Written by Joy D’Souza for Toronto Storeys | April 22nd, 2019

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

This stunning Theatre Park condo on King St. W. 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

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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.


Written by Joy D’Souza for Toronto Storeys

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Chestnut Park Featured Listing

A Place To Call Home At The Shangri-La 

Calling the Residences of Shangri-La Toronto home is already desirable for many, but when their most sought-after layout in the ‘Private Estates’ above Shangri-La Hotel become available, it’s a rare offering indeed. With over 2,270 square feet of living space with bright and generously sized principal rooms. It is a two-bedroom, two and a half bathroom suite that includes a two-car private garage and storage area in the garage.

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Facing west, this suite presents an unobstructed view with an impressive mix of city and water stretching from the CN tower, over Lake Ontario and the Humber Bay all the way to the Niagara Escarpment on the horizon. The west exposure and a very large 250+ square foot balcony provide the ultimate spot to enjoy the sunsets. 

The kitchen designed by Boffi features top-of-the-line Miele and Subzero appliances including a 78-bottle wine fridge. A spacious pantry extends an accessible and ample area to store all of your household and kitchen items. 

This split bedroom plan offers the utmost of privacy by placing the master and second bedroom on opposing sides of the home. The master suite takes advantage of the stunning west views and is complete with an enormous walk-in closet. A five-piece master ensuite has an extra-large soaker tub and fully automated walk-in shower. The second bedroom also provides fabulous views and is complete with ample closet space and a private four-piece ensuite washroom. 

The finishes throughout the suite have been luxurious and thoughtfully selected to produce the highest standard of living and include, herringbone pattern hardwood flooring, Kohler and Dornbracht fixtures, automated sunshades in the living room and opaque shades in the bedrooms. The suite comes with a fully enclosed private garage with two parking spaces and storage area

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Toronto Life - Condo Of The Week

$2.5 million for a penthouse above the TIFF Bell Lightbox

Address: 80 John Street, Penthouse 4 | Festival Tower
Neighbourhood: King West
Agents: Dylan Donovan and Kristen Duern, Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage

Price: $2,498,000
Previously sold for: $1,975,000, in 2014

The place

A three-bedroom penthouse on the 45th floor of the Festival Tower, which shares a podium with the TIFF Bell Lightbox. The unit has two balconies with impressive views of the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre and Lake Ontario.

The living room has a CN Tower view:

The dining area has access to one of the balconies:

There’s a little space for an office nook:

The kitchen is loaded with Miele appliances:

Here’s the guest bedroom, with balcony access:

And the master bedroom. It has has dual “his and hers” ensuite bathrooms and two walk-in closets:

A closer look at one of the closets:

This balcony has a lake view:

The history

A woman bought this unit a few years ago thinking her children might live here during university, but they opted to study elsewhere.

Big selling point

The building is right next to the action at TIFF, which ups the odds of celebrity sightings in September.

Possible deal breaker

The unit comes with only one parking spot, but the owner shouldn’t need to do a lot of driving: the building is walking distance to the financial district and the Yonge-University subway line.

By the numbers

• $2,498,000
• 2,559 square feet
• $2,231 in monthly maintenance fees
• 11-foot ceilings
• 4 bathrooms
• 3 bedrooms
• 2 balconies
• 1 parking space

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Toronto Life - Ritz Carlton

$4 million for a giant Ritz-Carlton suite with a CN Tower view

Address: 183 Wellington Street West, Unit 4703
Neighbourhood: King West
Agent: Dylan Donovan, Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage
Price: $3,948,000

The place

A gargantuan home on the 47th floor of the Residences of The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. It has floor-to-ceiling windows that look south over Lake Ontario and offer close-up views of the CN Tower.

Here’s the foyer:

The combined living and dining area:

And here’s the kitchen:

The breakfast area:

There’s an office:

And there are three bedrooms. Here’s one of them:

And another:

And the master bedroom:

The master ensuite has heated marble flooring:

And here’s the view. From this angle, you can see exactly how badly the CN Tower needs cleaning. Such luxury!

The history

This 54-floor luxury condo and hotel was completed in 2011. A family bought this unit because it was one of the biggest luxury suites available near the downtown core.

Big selling point

With five-star amenities like in-room dining, maid service, a spa and a pool, this would be a perfect place to hole up for the winter. Anyone who works in the core may literally never have to step outside in cold weather, because the building is attached to the PATH.

Possible deal breaker

There’s no private outdoor space. Anyone who needs fresh air will have to head to the residents-only lounge on the 21st floor, or to DEQ, the hotel lounge, where, at certain times of year, they might find themselves fighting for tables with the likes of Zac Efron, Anna Faris, Chris Pratt, Kiefer Sutherland, Josh Brolin, George Clooney or Ryan Gosling.

By the numbers

• $3,948,000
• $3,897 in monthly maintenance fees
• 3,360 square feet
• 4 bathrooms
• 3 bedrooms
• 3 walk-in closets
• 2 parking spaces
• 1 library

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