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Condomonium: $1.65 million for a parkside penthouse in developer Brad Lamb’s King West building

Condomonium: $1.65 million for a parkside penthouse in developer Brad Lamb’s King West building
(Image: John Heineman Photography)

ADDRESS: 25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Niagara

AGENT: Brad Lamb, Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc.

PRICE: $1,654,000

THE PLACE: This two-level penthouse in the new Parc Lofts building faces Stanley Park, where the King West crowd often congregates for baseball games and puppy watching.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: “Toronto’s Condo King” Brad Lamb is not only the developer and real estate agent, he also lives in the building’s only other penthouse.

BIG SELLING POINT: Since the terrace overlooks Stanley Park, the view is guaranteed. No upstart condos will ever block the light or crowd out the green space below.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Living next to a park could trigger a sense of possessiveness about the public space. You may find yourself shouting, “Get off my lawn!” when park-goers tread to close to the building.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $1,654,000 • $1,202.85 in monthly maintenance fees • 2,187-square feet of interior space • 663-square feet of terrace space • Approximately 12-foot high ceilings on second level • Approximately 10-foot high ceilings on first level • 3 bathrooms • 2 levels • 2 bedrooms • 2 balconies • 1 parking space

25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906
25 Stafford Street, Penthouse 906

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