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Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a suite with two terraces in an exclusive Wellington Street building

Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a suite with two terraces in an exclusive Wellington Street building

Address: 500 Wellington Street West, Unit 301 Neighbourhood: Waterfront Communities-The Island Agent: Kate Matheson and Jordan Grosman, Forest Hill Real Estate Inc., Brokerage Price: $2,799,000

The Place: A two-bedroom suite in an upscale King West building built by developer Peter Freed (who was briefly tempted to move in).

Bragging Rights: Exclusivity. The development has only 10 storeys and 15 units, which means no floor has more than two suites.

Big Selling Point: With two separate south-facing terraces, you can indulge in the summertime luxury of sunbathing in solitude.

Possible Deal Breaker: The pillars have a modern look, but some buyers may still find them a little too reminiscent of ancient Greek temples.

By the Numbers: • $2,799,000 • 3,515 square feet • $1,951.17 in monthly maintenance fees • 10-foot ceilings • 3 bathrooms • 2 bedrooms • 2 private terraces • 1 private elevator • 1 gas fireplace • 1 parking spot • 1 storage locker

Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301
Condo of the Week: 500 Wellington West, Unit 301

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