From the moment you lay eyes on 77 Charles West, it is evident that this is a premiere Toronto property. The stylized multi-tiered glass exterior is stunning, but that’s hardly surprising given that the architect behind the design is Yann Weymouth — the architectural designer of the Salvador Dali Museum and the entrance to the Louvre Museum in Paris.
As one of the most coveted addresses in Yorkville, 77 Charles Street West is a 16-storey boutique building with only 47 suites. Owners enjoy the building’s state-of-the-art amenities, including a full exercise room, visitor lounge, function room, party room, patio garden, security guard, a full-service concierge, valet parking, and more.
This stunning one-bedroom suite spans 1,655 sq. ft. of luxurious living space that is sophisticated, elegant and inviting with an abundance of windows, natural light, and a private terrace with a bbq gas line.
The kitchen is made for entertaining boasting marble countertops and stainless-steel appliances. In the primary bedroom, an ultra-modern ensuite makes you feel like you are being pampered at a luxury spa. Experience an array of customized upgrades, including wide plank wood floors, marble counters, built-in wall unit and closet organizers.
77 Charles Street West represents a rare opportunity to embrace an elevated level of Yorkville lifestyle, living close to a wealth of cultural venues, fine restaurants, and world-class shops.
Wide plank wood and marble floors
Wolf Sub-Zero appliances
Integrated murphy bed
Desk in office
The primary bedroom features two walls of large windows
Oversized walk-in closet with organizers
Motorized blinds throughout
Yorkville started as a small subdivision in the 1830s. It began its official life when it was incorporated as a village in 1853, before becoming part of Toronto in 1883. During the 1960s, it was the hub of Toronto’s youth counterculture. Its coffeehouses kick-started the careers of such luminaries as Joni Mitchell, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot and Neil Young.
Today, the neighbourhood is known for charming Victorian homes and high-end shopping. It is anchored by the “mink mile” that runs along Bloor Street from Yonge Street to University Avenue. Yorkville features designer boutiques like Chanel, Tiffany, and Hermès, within walking distance from popular attractions like the Royal Ontario Museum, The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art and McLaughlin Planetarium. The Bloor/Yonge subway station is located minutes away, on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. The Don Valley Parkway is approximately five minutes from Yorkville for those commuting by car. Native Torontonians and visitors from all over the world enjoy browsing Yorkville’s boutiques, restaurants and galleries that are packed into its European-style streets.
Yorkville is an entire neighbourhood, with schools, parks and services. Nestled in the heart of Toronto, it has a culture and identity all its own. Visitors call it a shopping mecca. Its residents call it a great place to live.