In the heart of Toronto’s Fashion District, 1 Hotel holds a fabulous secret known to few. It’s not only a boutique hotel where you can enjoy a lavish stay but also home to several exclusive condominium residences – including 1302-552 Wellington St. W.
Those who live here enjoy all the amenities the hotel offers — from five-star service to swimming in the rooftop pool with views of the city to an evening at the nature-chic Flora Lounge, where dinner and drinks are enjoyed alongside live music and other delights.
Seldom on the market, these exclusive suites are hard to come by, making Fashion Week founder Robin Kay’s former home at 1302-552 Wellington St. W. a rare opportunity.
Listed at $3 million and featuring two-plus-one bedrooms and three bathrooms, this 2,000 square foot unit is hands-down one fashionable address!
The first reaction to the suite upon entry is how impressively large and bright it is. Featuring sun-bleached wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows, there is an ethereal lightness to this home.
Situated between the kitchen and living area, you find the tastefully coordinated dining space that adds to the natural flow of this home.
In the kitchen, notice the fine finishes, ultra-sleek black countertops, and ash-toned wood grain cabinets. The Edison bulb pendant lights add such style.
The sprawling living space features several doors leading to the large balcony, lending to the fresh ambiance of the room. It’s easy to imagine hosting a cocktail party or a dazzling soiree here.
The primary bedroom, which features a fabulous wardrobe incorporated into a pillar, also has an ensuite bathroom.
The secondary bedroom is a pleasant space offering lots of soft light.
Here’s the study, where you can work with a view.
The balcony sweeps the length of the suite and provides exciting birds-eye views of the surrounding neighbourhood. It makes for a fantastic spot to enjoy warm summer evenings.
1302-552 Wellington St. W. is listed with Sameer Ismail and Christian Vermast of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada Brokerage.