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Condo of the Week: $4 million for an ivory penthouse in Port Credit steps from the waterfront

The 4,000-square-foot unit comes with two family rooms, a wrap-around balcony and a verdant rooftop patio

By Alyanna Denise Chua| Photography by Enzo Melana, Helicopix
This Mississauga penthouse is steps from the lake.

Location: Port Credit, Mississauga Price: $3,998,000 Size: 3,931 square feet Bedrooms: 3+1 Bathrooms: 4 Parking spaces: 3 Real estate agent: Michael Phinney and Loretta Phinney, Royal LePage Real Estate Services

The place

A three-plus-one-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse with three parking spaces and a huge balcony in Mississauga. It’s within walking distance of the Port Credit GO station as well as the shops and restaurants on Lakeshore. It’s also a short drive from the QEW and Square One. 

The history

The previous owner bought two penthouse units in 2011, pre-construction, and combined them to create a home with square footage typical of a four-bedroom suburban house. Aside from a recent paint job and some new light fixtures, this unit has remained unchanged. As for amenities, the complex has a gym, a rooftop deck and a party room. 

The tour

The 23-storey glass-and-concrete tower anchors the pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood. That’s Toronto in the distance. 

Squint hard enough to see the Toronto skyline in the distance.

The unit’s entrance leads to the open-concept space, decked out with floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows; studio lighting; and soundproof engineered oak floors. 

Wall-to-wall, floor-to ceiling windows define the living space.

Here’s the sun-kissed dining area. 

There's white oak floors throughout.

Custom cabinets camouflage the two-door wine fridge and other appliances.

The kitchen has a camouflaged wine fridge.

This is the kitchen, equipped with more storage, stainless steel appliances and Caesarstone counters. 

The kitchen has too many cabinets to count.

There’s also this breakfast bar. 

The breakfast bar overlooks Lake Ontario.

Just past the kitchen is this nook. 

The kitchen has its own nook.

There are even more places to wine and dine guests around the corner. 

Here's the dining nook.

Double doors separate the family room from the rest of the unit. Future residents could transform this space into another bedroom and its adjacent office into a walk-in closet. 

Double doors separate this family room from the rest of the unit.

Here’s a peek inside the office. The condo’s tile-lined concrete pillars are a nice touch.  

This is the home office.

Now for the main bedroom. It has a walkout to the balcony, a walk-in closet and a five-piece ensuite bathroom.

The main bedroom comes with an ensuite bathroom.

Here’s that bathroom, with a double vanity, a glass shower and a long tub. 

The white motif continues in the ensuite.

The second bedroom lives on the other side of the unit. It also has a walk-in and an ensuite. 

All of the bedrooms walk out to the wraparound balcony.

And this is the third bedroom.

The third bedroom is enveloped by windows.

Down the hall is the laundry room. 

More storage in the laundry room.

Moving outside reveals the wrap-around balcony and its concrete crown, along with the stunning unobstructed view of the lake. 

The balcony is topped by a simple yet decorative crown.

Finally, a bird’s eye view of the green rooftop patio and its many pergolas, cooking stations and lounges.

The rooftop patio is loaded with pergolas, grills and lounges.

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