The place: All 3,300 square feet of a building’s fourth floor. The unit comes with a big south-facing terrace, four underground parking spaces and a huge storage locker.
The history: This six-unit building (one per floor) was built about 12 years ago by Shane Baghai, the man behind some of the largest Bridle Path mansions (including Gordon Lightfoot’s and Prince’s). The current owner hired architect Mark Stringer and designer Doug Gill a few years back for a major redo. The flooring was replaced, custom cabinetry was added and all the hanging lighting and bulkheads were removed to create clear sightlines for the owner’s contemporary art collection, which includes works by Paterson Ewen, Michael Snow, John Brown and Julian Opie.
Big selling point: This place is perfect for entertaining. There are four underground parking spaces for guests. The bedrooms are tucked away from prying eyes and the kitchen can be closed off during parties.
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Source: Toronto Life, 9/25/2015