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Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a jumbo unit in Oakville overlooking a sandy beach with a 600-metre pier

The 2,500-square-foot property comes with two walk-in closets, a terrace built for hosting and amenities fit for a resort

By Aleah Balas
Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a jumbo unit in Oakville overlooking a sandy beach with a 600-metre pier

Neighbourhood: Bronte Price: $2,775,000 Last sold for: $1,238,475 in 2015 Size: 2,500 square feet Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 3 Realtor: Lisa Portolese


The place

A two-bedroom, three-bathroom condo in Bronte with direct access to Kuyawa Beach and its majestic pier. Featuring views of the lake from almost every room and plenty of outdoor space, the home feels like a suburban treehouse. It also has top-notch amenities: an outdoor pool, a gym and yoga room, a hot tub, a sauna, and 24-hour security. 

The tour 

The BluWater condo complex was completed in 2014 by Pemberton Group and has 204 units. 

Bluewater Condominium in Oakville's Bronte neighbourhood.

The main entrance—with its concierge, dramatic columns and luxury fixtures—sets the tone. 

The lobby of this Oakville condo resembles a luxury hotel

The foyer flows into the dining and living area. It has a powder room and a large closet. 

The art-filled foyer transitions into the dining area

Here’s the open-concept space, which is defined by its many lake-facing windows.

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The dining room overlooks the lake

The view from the dinner table creates a treehouse effect. 

The condo is surrounded by greenery

There are recessed ceilings and hardwood floors throughout.

Here's another look at the condo's living room

This reading nook with a curved window wall is just next to the living space. 

Condo of the Week: $2.8 million for a jumbo unit in Oakville overlooking a sandy beach with a 600-metre pier

Down the hall is the kitchen. Highlights include a gas cooktop, a wine fridge, a peninsula with a sink and floor-to-ceiling windows. 

The kitchen has an island and gas cooktop

And don’t forget the coffee station. 

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This nook was designed for coffee lovers

The kitchen balcony is for grilling and taking in the verdant surroundings.

The private balcony has a grill

This is main suite, which is located at the far end of the unit for privacy. It walks out to the giant terrace. (More on that later.)

The main bedroom has recessed ceilings

And this is the main ensuite, equipped with a glass shower and a double vanity.

The glass shower anchors the main bathroom

Here’s the suite’s walk-in closet.

Here's the first of two walk-in closets

The great views continue in the second bedroom. 

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Almost every room of the condo comes with a great view

The second bedroom also has an ensuite—this time with a tub.

This bathroom comes with a tub

The wrap-around terrace stretches 300 square feet, allowing for various hangout zones, like this lounge for one. 

This spot on the terrace might be the home's most serene

Then there’s this section of the terrace, just outside the main suite. 

The terrace is ideal for hosting guests

That’s the 600-metre Petro Canada Pier in the distance.

That's Petro Canada Pier in the distance

Now for the amenities, starting with the nautical-themed gym.

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This gym is a highlight of the complex

This is the spa, in line with the complex’s beach-resort aesthetic.

The hot tube and sauna are part of the building's shared amenities

Here’s that humongous shared terrace, with a barbecue station, a pool and a bunch of gardens.

This huge shared deck also has a pool

Finally, a view of the condo from the water’s edge. 

The view from the beach is striking

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