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1638 Bloor St West #1206

Bedrooms: 2+1

Bathrooms: 2

Property Style: Condo

Sq Ft: 1,103 sq ft (MPAC)

Parking: Yes

Walk Score: 86

Taxes: $3.941.04 (2022)

Condo Fees: $1,016.72

Inclusions: Heat & Water

Offer Date: Offers anytime

Side Represented: Seller

Locker: Yes

Sold Listing Price: $975,000

Picture Perfect Premium Penthouse

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It takes a lot of alliteration to truly communicate all that is special about this 2+1 bed, 2-bath, corner penthouse unit just steps to High Park.

Picture this – 1103 square feet with floor-to-ceiling windows with a forever view overlooking the tree canopy of the stately homes in High Park North. Whether it’s winter, spring, summer or fall, the views of the changing landscape and stunning sunsets are Insta-worthy. It also has views to the east because it is a corner unit. Wash dishes while admiring the sunrise over the CN Tower, or put a child into bed in the second bedroom while admiring the downtown city lights at night.

The layout is, well, perfect. The main foyer with a good-size closet and laundry leads to the spacious second bedroom then a four-piece main bath and, further down, to the open concept living, dining and kitchen space. Stainless appliances make it chic, granite counters make it beautiful and a breakfast bar makes it functional. A window to the east brings in the morning light. The 9’9 inch floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows bring in ALL the light in addition to the stunning views. The main living space is incredibly wide and deep and is combined with a den that has sliding doors for either privacy of an office (or guest bedroom) or to open up the living space and make it bigger. The primary bedroom is off the living area and features a large closet and five-piece ensuite as well as a walk-out to a balcony. Sip coffee watching the glistening morning sun light up the tree canopy below.

Everything about this property screams ‘premium’. From the upgraded finishes to the address which is, well, at The Address – a premium boutique condo building with just the right number of amenities. Stately and beautifully decorated lobby and hallways. Well-appointed party room and media room. It comes with a premium parking spot with an adjacent locker. And it is close to some of the best shops and restaurants in the west end — in Bloor West, Roncy and the Junction.

And yes, it’s a penthouse, but not only a penthouse, a corner unit with one of the best layouts in the building. And at twelve stories up, you’re high enough above the city noise below but not so high that you feel like you live in a glass box in the sky. 

A fifth ‘P’ would be parking and, even though it comes with a parking spot, it’s barely needed. Keele/Dundas west subway stations are literally steps from the door, giving you speedy access to TTC! High Park is a 1-minute walk away too, so you have first dibs on picnic spots and can plan around avoiding crowds during cherry blossom season.

There’s nothing not to love at The Address.

About the Building 

The Address at High Park is a 12-storey condo, located at the corner of Bloor and Indian Road with just 108 units. Amenities here include a Gym / Exercise Room, Common Rooftop Deck, Concierge and a Party Room as well as Guest Suites, Meeting / Function Room, Outdoor Patio / Garden, Parking Garage, Security Guard, Enter Phone System and a Visitor Lounge.

5 Things We Love

  1. The view: It’s a corner unit – stunning four-season views of the tree canopy in the stately High Park North neighbourhoods to the north and the CN Tower and city to the east.
  2. The light: The floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows in the living space bring in tons of light during the day and offer a sunset ‘Golden Hour’ to die for.
  3. The layout: A split bedroom floorplan and spacious living space with a den that can be private or added living space makes the most of every single square foot and feels even bigger than its 1103 square feet.
  4. The location: Keele/Dundas west subway stations are literally steps from the door, giving you speedy access to TTC and the UP Express to head to the airport or downtown. You can head down Keele to the Lakeshore and QEW or up to the 401/400 for a weekend getaway.
  5. The lifestyle: You can reach out and touch all that High Park has to offer whether you ride a bike, skateboard, walk a dog, snowshoe, want to see Shakespeare at the Park, ogle birds or photograph the cherry blossoms. And again, there’s all that shopping and restaurants

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About High Park

High Park is like Toronto’s Muskoka – it encompasses 399 acres of public parkland! The park offers a Grenadier pond (popular for fishing!), a petting zoo, picnic grounds, playgrounds, dog park, flower gardens, an outdoor theatre, and more. There are sports and recreational facilities in the neighbourhood, offering options for tennis, baseball, soccer, swimming, skating, lawn bowling, cycling, etc. There is a place for everyone here because the community is composed of people from different walks of life! You’ll likely spot families, young working professionals, and friendly retiree porch sitters. 

With winding, hilly avenues lined with Victorians and Edwardians, shaded by a tree canopy that has stood watch for close to 100 years, it’s easy to see why people love the surrounding neighbourhood – the city neighbourhood that feels a bit like living in a small town. Everything is a few minutes’ walk and there are trees on every street. Dundas West Station, Bloor GO/UP Express and more. You have the proximity of High Park. Roncy is just around the corner, and the urban charm of the Junction is just to the north. With craft breweries, exceptional restaurants, cool shops, amazing green space and a community feel, you’re at the heart of it all. And when you’re looking for more sedate charm, Bloor West Village is just down the way.

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