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Condomonium: $2.3 million for a four-bedroom penthouse in the Spire

33 Lombard Street, Suite 4501

ADDRESS: 33 Lombard St., Suite 4501

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Church-Yonge Corridor

AGENT: Todd Sloan, Sutton Group-Associates Realty Inc.

PRICE: $2,399,000

THE PLACE: Located in a historic quarter of downtown, sitting across the street from St. James Cathedral and steps away from St. Lawrence Market, this four-bedroom penthouse in the Spire is wrapped in terraces and windows providing a 360-degree bird’s eye view of Toronto.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: The building won an Urban Design Award of Excellence in 2009—heck, even the Toronto Star’s fusty architecture columnist Christopher Hume gave it an A grade—not to mention that every room comes with a view (there’s even a view from the tub, where you can float above the city).

THE BIG SELLING POINT: Most downtown homes have limited space to raise a growing brood, but with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms and a massive kitchen island, this condo has enough space to allow you to both live in the city core and comfortably raise a family.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: With floor-to-ceiling windows, the dizzying heights of the 45th-floor penthouse are hard to ignore. Not recommended for those who experience vertigo easily.

BY THE NUMBERS:
• $2,399,000
• $2,366.60 in monthly maintenance fees
• 3,400 square feet
• 1,300 square feet of terraces
• 360-degree views of the city
• 10-foot ceilings
• 6 bathrooms
• 4 bedrooms
• 2 fireplaces
• 2 parking spaces