Phil Kessel’s Toronto Condo is For Sale! | Live Like a Pro Athlete

UPDATE: Phil Kessel’s condo sold for $565,000 below asking! Read our post to find out more!

If you’ve paid any attention to hockey in the last five years, you’ve heard of Phil Kessel. He’s been a superstar right-winger for the Toronto Maple Leafs since late 2009 and played on the US Olympic team in 2010 (winning silver) and in 2014.

Now that he’s been traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins, Kessel will be moving on from Toronto, so his gorgeous downtown condo is for sale.

If you’re in the range for a $3,890,000 home in the sky, you can land over 5,000 square feet of hockey real estate. (If you’re Googling “real estate Toronto,” you know these crazy penthouses don’t come available often.) Kessel had everything: three fireplaces, Brazilian cherry floors, bathroom spa, hot tub on the 40th-floor balcony, surround sound entertainment system, separate bar for entertaining, and much more. Flip through the gallery below to get a taste of where the best hockey players live!

761 Bay is a 45-storey building. And Kessel is on the 40th. Pretty close to the top!
Giant living room with floors so shiny and beautiful, you can slide around until your heart's content.
This is the view from the private bar area, so you know what it would be like to host a party here.
Play pool while looking at the entire Toronto skyline? Don't mind if I do.
This kitchen is big and beautiful.
So beautiful, the food practically cooks itself!
Be cute with a small table or buy an epic one—space for all your dining dreams.
The master bedroom is as big as my own condo. Don't tell Phil—I'm embarrassed.
I mean, you could even have a BATHROOM PARTY. Not sure what that is, but you could have it!
Massive tub. Buy a rubber ducky.
Cozy chill-out room for you and your many best friends.
Four bathrooms. Seriously.
And two wrap-around balconies (with a jacuzzi!) so you can see everything while loving life—the hockey way.

761 Bay Street #4002 | Toronto | 5000+ square feet | $3,890,000 | Keller Williams Referred Urban

Flickr: Bridget Samuels

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About Jam Michael McDonald

Jam is a content editor based in Toronto. He's been the editor of a community newspaper, a national magazine, and two startups. Although he lives in a tiny condo, he uses every corner, and is an avid cheerleader of the compact home movement. You can find him every day on Twitter @mcjamdonald.

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