10 Delisle Ave.

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The St. Clair

Built in 2004, this exclusive building is in the heart of Midtown, Toronto. Stunning finishes throughout the building, amenities include a fitness center, party room, recreation room and 24h concierge and security. The St. Clair is a 288 suite – 14 storey condominium building. The units boast 8.5 ft ceilings and oversized balconies.

Weymouth Schreiber bought some of Charles Heath’s property in this area and subdivided it in 1874. He named one of the new streets after his wife, Harriet De Lisle of Guernsey. She was descended from Sir John De Lisle, who was Governor of Guernsey under Henry IV. Schreiber lived in a home on the south side of St. Clair Avenue West. Many years later his house was occupied by the Granite Club. (LM found at 10 Delisle)

The St. Clair boasts ivory-colored concrete with tinted windows, and is home to 228 lavish suites. Upon entering the complex, residents are greeted by a friendly, uniformed concierge as well as a grandiose lobby complete with a chandelier and a grand staircase. The building is very well managed and includes such amenities as 24-hour concierge and security, a fitness room, a private courtyard, a party room with large screen TV, a billiard room, underground parking for both residents and visitors, and storage lockers

Great location just north of Yonge and Eglington, it’s close to numerous stores, banks and TTC

Utilities included: Heat, Water, Hydro and AC

Pet Restriction: 2 pets per unit
(content – Jarrodarmstrong.com, dashpropertymanagement.com, christopherharrop.com)

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