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If you’ve ever wanted to experience your fantasy of being a French monarch living in the clouds, say no more fam, Toronto’s Yorkville has you covered.

We all know, or are, that person who refuses to say ‘when’ as the waiter grates parmesan cheese onto our pasta — this is how I imagine the crown moulding situation similarly went down in this 2,874-square-foot condominium in the Four Seasons Private Residences.

Listed for $7.295 million, Unit 4401 at 50 Yorkville Avenue went ham on the luxury maximalism theme in this two-plus-one-bedroom, three-bathroom residence, which recently hit the market. To say that this home is fancy would be an understatement given the amount of opulent finishes and decor choices used throughout.

Coming through the front door of the unit from the elevator, you’re greeted by a dramatic all-marble foyer, complete with floor-to-ceiling mirrors and framed artwork. Not one, not two, but three crystal chandeliers hang in this room, which will be an ongoing theme throughout the unit.

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Directly to your left is the kitchen. Hanging above a large stone island with a built-in breakfast bar is, you guessed it, a giant Sia-worthy chandelier suspended from an 11-foot recessed ceiling. The elaborate kitchen cabinetry, painted an ivory colour and adorned with motifs, matches the polished stone floors. The ruddy mosaic tile backsplash brings some warmth against the softer neutrals in this room.

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For all of the formal occasions in your sky-palace, the dining room provides the perfect setting for hosting your 17-course dinner parties. The dining space has plenty of big chandelier energy, boasting what looks to be the largest and grandest of the light fixtures seen in the condo.

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The living room is the true centrepiece of the home. An ornate gas fireplace takes centrestage, boasting golden motifs under an equally decaled-out ceiling. Above the mantle, there’s a perfect little spot to hang your favorite framed Renaissance painting of a cherub or a bowl of fruit. Large drapes frame floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the city skyline and lake, while more mirrors and striped wallpaper line the interiors. Through a set of French doors, you can walk out onto the unit’s balcony where you can royally wave to the crowds below.

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The master bedroom suite doesn’t skip out on the sumptuous finishes, especially in the six-piece ensuite. Flanked by a pair of vanities, a soaker tub garnished with champange-coloured mosaic tiles overlooks downtown. Bonus points if you can spot Tutankhamun in this extravagant bathroom, which also comes with a glass-framed shower and a private loo chamber.

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You can easily squeeze your California King bed and then some into this master suite. Adjacent to the his-and-hers walk-in closets sits another massive gas fireplace, this one worthy of hosting the Super Bowl given the giant flat screen TV it encases. The second bedroom is currently set up as an office space.

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If the chandeliers and marble floors weren’t enough, Unit 4401 offers to you the standard luxury services and conveniences of the Four Seasons. For $3,465 a month, your maintenance fees will provide you with concierge services, valet parking, housekeeping and spa amenities. For your parking and storage needs, the condo also includes two parking spaces and a locker.

We might not be living in the prime era of royalty anymore, but this indulgent Yorkville condo will sure make it feel like you are.

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