The Hazelton is a Toronto landmark set within the fashionable shopping hub, business district and residential area of Yorkville.
The five-star low-rise hotel offers the requisite fine dining, upscale rooms and amenities, but also houses a variety of stylish residences for ownership.
This 4,240-square-foot view home designed by Colette Van De Thillart combines European elegance with modern flair.
A private elevator leads to rooms with silk wall treatments, 10-foot ceilings and wide-plank walnut floors. Wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the Transitional style interiors with natural light.
The foyer opens into a long hallway that connects to the main living areas.
Decorative wall panels, a chair rail and a corner window add visual interest in the living room.
The formal dining room has an olde world feel with wall murals, a massive chandelier and crown molding.
Another chandelier tops the breakfast area. The attached kitchen features extensive wood cabinetry and a center island.
The primary bedroom has a wall of built-in cabinets and a separate dressing room lined with closets. It adjoins a marble bathroom with a stand-alone shower and a soaking tub.
The walnut-paneled library, with an ensuite bathroom, could be converted to a third bedroom. There are a total of three bathrooms.
Three terraces extend the living areas outdoors. The perch reveals rooftop and skyscraper views.
The building offers 24-hour concierge, valet and room service. The on-site ONE Restaurant features the dishes of celebrity chef Mark McEwan.
A health club and spa, a two-story infinity pool and a 26-seat screening room are among other amenities.
The former village of Yorkville is known for its high-end boutiques, art galleries and fine restaurants. Nearby attractions include the Royal Ontario Museum.
Toronto Pearson International Airport is about 19 kilometers, or 12 miles, away.