The 5 Most Expensive Properties I’ve Ever Sold

Overview: a list of the 5 most expensive properties I’ve sold in my career as a Toronto real estate agent and broker. All properties are above $1 million and include condos and penthouse units.

#1. 33 Charles St E – Penthouse Unit 4602 [$2,200,000]

Empty penthouse with shiny floors and staircase with glass panels; most expensive property at 33 Charles St E Casa Condos.

Not many condos have a second floor.

A second floor is just one of the reasons this penthouse unit sold for an astonishing $2.2 million!

Other reasons include a 1820 sq. ft. interior with 2 spacious bedrooms, 3 baths and a den.

Casa’s penthouse also boasts a walk-through kitchen with granite counters, heated floors, and wall-to-wall windows.

Galley kitchen with dark cabinets on either side of penthouse suite at 33 Charles St E Casa Condos.

It’s called a walk-through kitchen because you can literally walk through it (or pause to admire the Wolf appliances).

And if that wasn’t enough, the penthouse also features a 1400 sq. ft. balcony and terrace!

Toronto skyline at night from 33 Charles St E penthouse of Casa Condos with CN Tower in distance.

The only thing more impressive than the size is the view.

Casa Condos also has plenty of 5-star amenities, including a gym, lounge, theatre, wet bar, party room and much more.

And to top it all off, the penthouse is located at Yonge and Bloor.

Daytime view of Toronto skyline from Casa Condos penthouse, first most expensive property, at 33 Charles St E.

That puts Casa Condos within walking distance of Yorkville and Toronto’s best shops, restaurants, museums and art galleries.

Not bad for $2.2 million….

#2. 33 Charles St E – Penthouse Unit 4603 [$2,150,000]

Second most expensive property with black piano, staircase, furniture in penthouse of 33 Charles St E penthouse unit.

Staircases really seem to add property value.

The second most expensive property I sold was another penthouse at 33 Charles St.

Fetching $2.1 million, its 2,147 sq. ft. interior comprises 2 bedrooms, 3 baths and a den.

Penthouse kitchen of 33 Charles St E Casa Condos with black counters, breakfast bar and appliances.

There’s also a Scavolini kitchen with Wolf & Miele appliances, Caesarstone counters, and a breakfast bar.

Another highlight is the master bedroom, which features a walk-in closet with custom shelves and a 5-piece ensuite bath.

Luxury penthouse bedroom with 4-poster bed, silver tree stump table and second most expensive property I sold.

Master bedrooms don’t get any bigger or more beautiful than this.

And like the penthouse unit above, this one also has a spacious exterior.

Huge balcony of 33 Charles St E Casa Condos penthouse suite.

At 1,322 sq. ft., not only is it bigger than most houses, it also has a private Jacuzzi and barbecue stations!

Of course, all Casa residents can enjoy the same 5-star amenities and incredible Yonge-Bloor location.

#3. 65 St Mary Street – Unit 1502 [$1,275,000]

Empty living and dining room of U Condominiums at 65 St Mary St Unit 1502, the third most expensive property I sold.

Unit 1502 dazzles with soft grays, deep browns, and walls of glass.

At $1,275,000, 65 St Mary is the third most expensive property I’ve ever sold.

It consists of 2 bedrooms and 2 baths spread over 896 sq. ft.

But the centrepiece of this condo is obviously the kitchen, which was recently upgraded.

Linear kitchen with dark wood cabinets and silver appliances at 65 St Mary St at U Condominiums.

Dark cabinets, slick hardwoods, and an island of white quartz—it doesn’t get anymore stunning!

65 St Mary also has two balconies, the larger of which is accessible via the living room, and the smaller via the master bedroom.

Night view of Toronto skyline from balcony of 5 St Mary St at U Condominiums.

Both balconies offer romantic, almost magical views of Toronto.

U Condominiums packs tons of amenities, from a fitness centre and sauna to an indoor pool and library.

Daytime view of Bay Street Corridor from 65 St Mary St aka U Condominiums.

A Bay Street Corridor location makes it the perfect condo for food lovers.

How so? Because the neighbourhood contains over 1000 restaurants!

It’s also minutes from amazing shops, parks, galleries, theatres, hospitals and so much more.

#4. 77 Mcmurrich Street – Unit 308 [$1,200,000]

Boutique condo with red-brick facade of 77 Mcmurrich St Unit 308, Mcmurrich Residences, the fourth most expensive property.

Much like its Yorkville backdrop, Mcmurrich Residences is luxurious without being showy.

77 Mcmurrich Unit 308 is the fourth most expensive property I’ve sold as a Toronto real estate agent.

For $1.2 million, residents are treated to a spacious 1133 sq. ft. interior with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a den.

Empty living and dining room of 77 Mcmurrich St Unit 308 with shiny laminate floors.

The condo has the look and feel of a house, with an open-concept living and dining area, wide windows and shiny laminates.

77 Mcmurrich also boasts a full-sized kitchen with granite counters, a breakfast bar, and name-brand appliances.

Gorgeous master bath with marble tiles, tub, 2 sinks, walk-in shower of 77 Mcmurrich St Unit 308.

But is the $1.2 million price tag justified? This opulent master bath, built with highest-quality materials, seems to say yes.

While McMurrich doesn’t have an extensive list of amenities, it more than makes up for it with an unbeatable location.

Storefront facades and signs along Mink Mile in Yorkville, Toronto.

The condo is at home in Yorkville, the most elite shopping destination in Toronto (Ken Lund, Flickr).

Chic shops, fine dining, world-class museums, lush greenery—Yorkville has all that and more.

#5. 1 Bloor Street East – Unit 4905 [$1,000,000]

Toronto skyline, daytime, showing One Bloor Condos on 1 Bloor St E Unit 4905, the fifth most expensive property.

Completed in 2017, One Bloor is already an iconic fixture of the Toronto skyline.

At $1 million, Unit 4905 is the fifth most expensive property I’ve sold as a Toronto realtor.

This particular unit possesses 744 sq. ft. of space, including 1 bedroom, 1 bath and a convertible den.

Empty kitchen of 1 Bloor Unit 4905 with kitchen island, breakfast bar, dark floors and cabinets.

Unit 4905’s kitchen flaunts gorgeous finishes, deluxe Wolf appliances, granite counters and a breakfast bar.

But the condo really shines when it comes to amenities.

Aromatherapy, indoor and outdoor pools, a rooftop lounge with hot tubs, fountains and footbaths—the list goes on.

Nordstrom Rack facade in One Bloor Condos in Toronto.

One Bloor also has Nordstrom Rack as an anchor tenant! (wyliepoon, Flickr)

Finally, there’s the condo’s location on Yonge and Bloor—the retail capital of Canada.

One Bloor is just minutes from the Eaton Centre (North America’s busiest mall), Toronto PATH (the world’s biggest underground shopping complex), and the fashionable boutiques of Yorkville.

Brightly subway platform with people and train old TTC train to right in Toronto.

And thanks to a 98 Walk Score, 97 Transit Score and 92 Ride Score, getting to these places is always easy (Hutima, Wikimedia).

And there we have it—the 5 most expensive properties I’ve sold in my career as a Toronto real estate broker!

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Wins Lai - Toronto Real Estate Agent, Broker and Realtor

Wins Lai – Toronto Real Estate Agent, Broker and Realtor

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