It was quite a challenge to find a suitable condo for one of my client’s preferred areas: Casa Loma, one of the most charming and affluent communities in Toronto. This neighborhood is in high demand with its attractive natural landscape, rolling hills, old mature trees among others.

To get into this beautifully transformed neighborhood we really had to compete, let go of the less than functional floor plans, unreasonable price expectations, to finally find the one that was nearly perfect. The only downside was that it had no parking.

This led us to intense days of hunting for a parking spot in the area and finally succeeding in finding a parking spot right on the client’s moving date.

Yes, we found a place for my client that she can call home. It is very close to her kid’s school in the Casa Loma community, where 223 St Clair Ave West is so beautifully situated.

223 St Claire Ave West – luxury Zigg Condos development, is an 11 storey building with 163 units ranging from 472 sq. ft to 1796 sq. ft. Current unit sales prices are over $ 1,000 per sq. ft with one parking and one locker included. The current rent in the building ranges from $2,300 to $6,000 depending on the size and other features and upgrades of the unit.

The units offer elegant living space, efficient open concept layout, energy efficient floor to ceiling windows and lots of natural light among other features. The building’s amenities include a rooftop terrace with BBQ area, fireplace and an indoor bar. It also has a private fitness centre, billiard room, guest suite, pet washing station, visitor parking and a 24 hour concierge.

223 St Clair Ave West has the “wow” effect. Here you have it all, right in the neighborhood. From the historic Timothy Eaton Memorial Church across the street, to the street car at your door steps, to St Clair subway station just minutes away.

There is also the Nordheimer Ravine and Sir Winston Churchill Parks, private schools, shops, restaurants and coffee shops all around in this prestigious and tranquil community.

And that’s not all. It is also a short walk away from the one and only Casa Loma. A historic landmark built in early 1900s, Casa Loma is a neighborhood within a neighborhood in South Hill, named after Toronto’s only landmark Gothic revival castle. The homes in the area have also become the extension of the fairy tale with the oversized mansions and surrounding ravines.

With love & gratitude