Condo for four please

Condos that fit a foursome are a popular alternative to detached homes because of the desire to raise a family in more central areas of the city. But, there simply isn’t enough to go around. Here are two three-bedroom units in our neighbourhoods that can accommodate a family of four and maybe a pooch, too.



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IN THE HEART OF YORKVILLE
Just above Yorkville Village sits a spacious two-storey condo with more than enough room to accommodate a family. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 55A Avenue Rd., Suite 603 was recently renovated and is located in a stylish boutique condominium known as the Residences of Hazelton Lanes. The condo has hardwood flooring throughout, high ceilings and a master bedroom on the second level that has a walk-in closet and six piece ensuite. It has two terraces and approximately 3,350 square feet of living space, and the building includes a 24-hour concierge and allows for two parking spaces. It is on offer for $2.688 million with Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage.

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VIEWS OF SHERWOOD PARK 

The condo at 1888 Bayview Ave., Suite 418 is located a stone’s throw from the century-old Lawrence Park neighbourhood, known for its large houses, deep lots and park-like feel. The luxe suite with nine foot ceilings, hardwood floors and granite countertops is one way to buy into the area. The condo has enough room to raise a family, with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,250 square feet of living space. The building is less than five years old and also has a 24-hour concierge, indoor pool, fitness studio and steam room on site. Plus, the unit comes with two parking spaces. It is on offer for $2.375 million with Re/Max Professionals Inc., Brokerage.

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