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Incredible lakeside luxury suite at Aquabella has three balconies, two terraces

Can one have too much of a good thing? Not if we’re talking about love of the great outdoors, views of the sky, the city, and the water, and being so close to the lake that you can hear it lapping at the promenade below. And certainly not if you are looking for a condominium with enough indoor space to raise a family, or simply a grand space to entertain in. Consider the newest of Tridel-Hines’s luxury condominiums on the waterfront, Aquabella, where some fortunate homeowner will enjoy fabulous lake and park views from no less than three balconies and two very spacious terraces.

There simply is no comparison in Toronto. Three balconies and two terraces, plus three bedrooms, including a master with his and her ensuites. The very spacious living area is almost surrounded by outdoor escapes, with terraces and balconies on three sides. Imagine the views and the summer breezes! Imagine the possibilities for entertaining. Compared to the average home, suite T3B at Aquabella, with 3,439 beautifully designed square feet of space and ten-foot ceilings, is a truly grand residence.

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Suite T3B at Aquabella is an outdoor-lover’s dream, with three balconies and two spacious terraces overlooking Lake Ontario and the beautiful parks of East Bayfront. The luxury Terrace Collection three-bedroom suite has 3,439 square feet. Priced from $4,850,000.

Not just another undistinguished condo tower, Aquabella has a unique profile, designed to take maximum advantage of its precious lakeside location. Just twelve storeys tall at its highest, the building dips to seven storeys in the centre before rising again in a unique, L-shaped stepped architecture created by Denmark’s 3XN architects. Those steps are what make possible the spacious terraces and outward-looking suites, sure to become some of Toronto’s most sought-after residences. The terraces at Aquabella are its most distinguishing feature, offering limitless possibilities for the urban gardener, the social entertainer, or the family simply enjoying time together outdoors.

Interiors at Aquabella feature full-height flat-panel kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite or quartz kitchen countertops, and premium engineered plank laminate flooring. Amenities will include a rooftop swimming pool and deck, gym, yoga studio and party room, with a lobby designed by II by IV.

Other suites available at Aquabella include the Terrace Collection, from $3 million; the Lakeside Collection, from $1.2 million; and the Urban Collection, from $400,000.

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