Condo of the week: 55 Collard Street

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A one-bedroom, two-bathroom suite in the Four Seasons Private Residence is listed for $1,278,000. Located at 55 Scollard Street in the heart of Yorkville, the new(ish) building is the holy grail when it comes to posh condo/hotels in T.O, with access to amenities like room service from CafĂŠ Boulud downstairs.

At 1,100 square feet, the 11th floor suite is more minimalist than gussied up. The expanded space doesn’t look like a hotel room, and features 10-foot windows as well as an oversized balcony overlooking skyscrapers and a hive of activity from the downtown core.

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The private residence was constructed a few years ago, moving from its dated home near Avenue Road to a modern twin tower at Bay and Yorkville. If you’re scoffing at the price for a mere one bedroom, a penthouse on the 55th floor previously sold for a record-breaking $28 million, the most expensive condo sale in Canada at the time. That luxe suite was 9,000 square feet.

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  • Address: #1103 – 55 Scollard Street
  • Price: $1,278,000
  • Square feet: 1,100 square feet
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 1
  • Taxes: $9,891
  • Maintenance fee: $1,350/monthly
  • Walk Score: 100
  • Listing agent: Lisa Doorey, Sothebys

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  • 10-foot windows
  • Marble counters and flooring
  • Access to hotel amenities like the spa, room service and an indoor pool
  • Underground parking

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Anti-Trumps and/or amenities swag. Building amenities are plentiful when you live in a luxury condo/hotel. Similar to this recently featured five-star residence at 1 King West, the list of VIP amenities are impressive (room service, health spa, indoor pool, valet parking, etc.) and too long to name them all.

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You need another bedroom or a separate office space. While a spacious one bedroom, it’s still only a one bedroom for almost $1.3 million. The space is more conducive for one or two people, and not ideal for those who hoard or require a home office.


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