The three most expensive T.O. condos that sold during pandemic

Darling I love you, but give me Park Avenue.

Green Acres’ New York-loving character Lisa, as played by Ava Gabor, would love the Manhattan look of the three latest most expensive Toronto condos that came off the market during the pandemic.

According to the real estate site strata.ca the three units were sold during a time when a lot of people were fleeing the city to get away from the crowds.

Here they are:

Swanky Penthouse

Price: $7 million
Address: 170 Avenue Rd., PH2
Would you believe this penthouse, at the top of Avenue Rd. and Davenport Rd., sold for $500,000 less than the asking price after five days on the market? What a bargain! It has 12-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass, more than 1,400-square-feet of terrace space, a sauna, hot tub, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and incredible views.

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Four Seasons Cond-oh!

Price: $7.36 million
Address: 50 Yorkville Ave., Unit 4001
This 40th-floor condo sold for less than $135,000 the list price after 17 days on the market. There’s a private elevator, 10-foot ceilings, marble slab floors, a custom-designed kitchen with Miele appliances and French doors that open to the northwest corner terrace, measuring 144 square feet. You can also take advantage of the Four Seasons hotel amenities next door, including spa, fitness centre, indoor pool, room service, and housekeeping.

(Photo by Instagram @michael_a_peart for strata)

Panoramic Penthouse with private pool

Price: $11.6 million
Address: 1 Roxborough St. E., PH 12
Strata says this luxury condo is the most expensive — on a per-square-foot basis — to sell in Toronto. It boasts three private terraces and panoramic city views. And it sold $1.2 million less than its listing price with 45 days on the market. It has 12-foot ceilings and the cherry on top is a rooftop terrace with a private pool.

(Photo by Instagram @michael_a_peart for strata)