A luxurious residence that surpasses the Four Seasons Toronto hits the market for $13 million

Perched above Toronto's posh Yorkville neighbourhood, an opulent eagle's nest reminiscent of a French chateau, perched on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons Residences Toronto recently hit the market for $13.14 million (or $18 million Canadian), with Barry Cohen of Forbes Global Properties holding the offer.

Completed in 2012, the Four Seasons Toronto houses 210 hotel suites as well as a selection of serviced residences in a 55-story tower. This three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence was completely customized by the sellers. Unlike anything else in the building, Residence #5202 is filled with an incredible variety of lavish details.

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The marble-floored foyer is decorated with extravagant architectural details from wall to wall.

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While many high-rise owners opt for modern interiors with a view, the sellers took a very different approach, customizing the upper floors of the residence to suit their sophisticated and rather princely needs. Indeed, every inch of this stunning residence exudes elegance and glamour. Almost every room features intricate custom moldings, ornate ceilings, glittering chandeliers and a marble fireplace. However, the exceptional views afforded by the high location are still an integral part of the whole, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows.

The foyer features marble floors, stately columns and gilded detailing that wouldn't be out of place in a royal palace, but the heart of the home is the great room, with its 12-foot-high vaulted waffle ceilings with custom molding details and stunning views of Lake Ontario and the city skyline.

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A pastoral wallpaper brings the countryside into the master bedroom of the 52nd floor condo with city views.

The Marie Antoinette-inspired master bedroom features parquet floors, picturesque wallpaper, and a floral silk canopy over the bed. There are also vaulted ceilings with intricate moldings and reliefs, and oversized windows that let in natural light. The master bathroom, with an upholstered sofa, antique vanity with mirror, and a bathtub encased in parquet, is definitely luxurious, like something out of a fantastical fairytale.

Other highlights include a wood-paneled dining area and office with a marble fireplace, and a kitchen with onyx floors, granite countertops, and an 87-inch Lacanche stove under a custom brass hood. Two terraces offer exceptional city views, and two private elevators provide access from the staffed lobby.

The Four Seasons Hotel occupies the first 30 floors of the tower, while the serviced residential area is located on floors 31 to 55. A second residential complex, also operated by the Four Seasons, is located in another tower nearby.

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