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Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Toronto

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Toronto says it has sold the west penthouse in its 55-storey luxury tower to an international buyer for $28 million. The asking price when the sale of the unit was announced was $30 million.

The 9,038 square foot unit comes with panoramic views of Toronto's skyline, features 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass galleria and four corner terraces. The buyer also gets a separate private quarters for staff in the adjacent 26-storey east residence building.

The penthouse includes a 2,500 square foot master suite featuring a large bedroom with a sitting room and fireplace, a private terrace, two walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom, with his-and-hers vanities, showers and water-closet enclosures, built-in TVs behind the vanity mirrors and a free-standing tub opposite a stone fireplace.

The two guest bedrooms each come with an ensuite bathroom.

The living room is 1,000 square feet with a walk-out terrace, a library and a separate study. The family room is combined with an openconcept kitchen, with a large island and three refrigerator/freezer units, two wall ovens, a dishwasher, integrated coffee system, food warming drawer and a gas range.

Other luxuries include a theatre room with a bar featuring a refrigerator and bar sink, a walk-in wine cellar with a sealed glass-panelled door, built-in cooling unit and a redwood racking system to accommodate nearly 800 bottles.

Isadore Sharp, founder and chairman of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, says the new development reaffirms the company brand.

"This new home will allow us to offer the exquisite service, style and comforts that have become our hallmark, while remaining the world leader in luxury hospitality," said Sharp, in a release.

Financial Post


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