206 Bloor St W | 1501
Museum House | Toronto, Ontario
4,276 Sq.Ft | 252 Sq.Ft South Terrace | 110 Sq.Ft North Terrace
Designed by award-winning architects Page & Steele with interior design by Powell & Bonnell, Museum House showcases a classic residential condo building at the edge of The Annex, adjacent to Yorkville, across from the Royal Ontario Museum (“the ROM”). Suite 1501, interior design by Patton & Associates and Elson Associates, occupies a full floor enjoying grand private terraces affording extraordinary north and south panoramic vistas. Soaring 10’10” coffered ceilings crowned with elaborate cornice mouldings and floor-to-ceiling windows create an impressive sense of spaciousness while the richly detailed living room fireplaces fashion an ambience of warmth and comfort. Superbly precision custom crafted cabinetry and the impeccable use of the finest materials combine to fashion an unparalleled exclusive resplendent residence.
A vibrant location in the heart of the Museum District within walking distance to the world-class restaurants of Yorkville and Hazelton Lanes, the designer boutiques of Bloor Street West and an amazing array of landmarks including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Royal Conservatory of Music, the Gardiner Ceramic Museum, University of Toronto’s Philosopher’s Walk, the natural beauty of Queen’s Park and the historic Ontario Legislative Building.
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