Concierge Auctions will accept bids from June 26 to 29 on the 6,000-square-foot penthouse previously listed for $4.688 million

The 6,000-square-foot penthouse has two full bedrooms, five bathrooms, a den/media room, executive office suite and conference room, a chef’s kitchen, temperature-controlled wine cellar and more

Mario ToneguzziA Calgary luxury condo is on a list of 15 high-end properties being sold in June by Concierge Auctions.

Bidding for these properties will be hosted via the Concierge Auctions’ online marketplace,, allowing prospective buyers to participate in real time from anywhere in the world.

In Calgary, the Keynote Penthouse at 2601, 220 12th Avenue S.E. will have bidding open June 26 to 29.

 “The Keynote Penthouse is a luxurious Victoria Park pied-à-terre comprised of two full bedrooms; five bathrooms; a den/media room; executive office suite and conference room; a chef’s kitchen; temperature-controlled wine cellar; and a master retreat with glass walls, a spa bath, a glass and stone shower, warming drawers for towels, in-floor heating, and an elevated platform soaking tub. Interior details include custom millwork and built-ins throughout, floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor plan with a great room and formal dining next to the kitchen, four electric fireplaces, and a gallery wall for art,” said Concierge Auctions.

“Additional features include an entertaining terrace with fire pit; an elevator reaching the entire private floor; and underground parking for three cars close to the elevator. The penthouse is in a prime location within Calgary’s central business district, offering access to world-class arts, festivals, shops and restaurants.”

Previously listed for $4.688 million, the 6,000-square-foot penthouse will sell without reserve in co-operation with Corinne Poffenroth of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada.

“This property exudes exclusivity and privacy and will appeal to a wide variety of buyers,” said Poffenroth. “The auction presents a rare opportunity for business executives and families in the process of downsizing their larger estate properties in Calgary to move on to a more preferred ‘lock and leave’ lifestyle. Or, alternatively, the large entertaining spaces can appeal to a variety of corporations.”

Respected business writer Mario Toneguzzi is a veteran Calgary-based journalist who worked for 35 years for the Calgary Herald in various capacities, including 12 years as a senior business writer.

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