The fashionable Yorkville Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is lined with boutiques, art galleries and fine specialty stores. At the heart of this exclusive neighbourhood is The Hazelton Hotel and Private Residences at 118 Yorkville Avenue.
Located on Lake Front in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, this elegant executive home offers panoramic views of Lake Ontario. The house has been completely renovated with sophisticated contemporary interior design and impressive craftsmanship. Other features include a basement cellar and a transparent infinity pool.
Located at 9 High Point Road in the exclusive Bridle Path neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, this luxury estate is the most expensive home in Canada listed at CAN$26 million (US$25.5 million). The property has 9 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, tennis court, cinema and a stunning concourse at the centre of the house.
This 1920s duplex in Toronto, Canada was converted from a group of small, dark rooms into a graphic designer’s residential loft. The renovation retained the charm of the building’s historic exterior, while transforming its interior for contemporary living. The owner’s Asian heritage is reflected in the interior’s warm red woods, white walls and crisp geometric lines, providing a clear backdrop for the owner to showcase his collection of Asian art and artefacts and classic modern furniture.
This interesting penthouse apartment was converted from a century-old church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The church was built in 1911 for a Methodist parish, then switched to United in 1925, and evangelical in 1970. It was eventually turned into residences in 2008. The 2,700 square feet penthouse apartment is in the bell tower of the complex which has 4 levels, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a media room and its own rooftop terrace. The contemporary interior design provides an elegant contrast to the original details such as limestone walls and leaded-glass windows.
These amazing building murals spice up the urban landscape with their creative illusions.