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Condomonium: $1.25 million for a Bloor Street suite with a protected view over downtown

Condomonium: $1.25 million for a Bloor Street suite with a protected view over downtown

ADDRESS: 175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Yorkville

AGENT: Brian Gerstein, Century 21 Heritage Group Ltd.

PRICE: $1,250,000

THE PLACE: A recently renovated two-bedroom suite in the Renaissance Plaza building, which partially surrounds the Church Of The Redeemer on Bloor. The subtle decor of this unit contrasts with the hipper look of a different condo in the building that we featured in April.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Many buildings have amenities like valet parking and an indoor pool, but how many people can say they live upstairs from a Louis Vuitton? The chi-chi shop fronts Bloor Street at ground level.

BIG SELLING POINT: Units on the southwest side of the building are the most coveted, thanks to construction regulations that protect the sight lines over downtown. We’d even argue that the unit’s 14th-floor view of the Royal Ontario Museum tops the view of the museum from the roof.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: The city is loft crazy, and buyers keen on 12-foot-high ceilings may look to newer properties to meet their height requirements.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $1,250,000 • 1,685 square feet • $1506.28 in monthly maintenance fees • 56 pot lights installed during a recent renovation • 36-inch Porter and Charles stove in the kitchen • 14 floors up • 2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms

175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407
175 Cumberland Street, Unit 1407

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