Drake is selling a lot of real estate these days. Fresh off unloading his two Miami condos to Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers, the rapper has now put his swank Toronto condo on the market, according to several real estate blogs.

According to Buzz Buzz Home, this MLS listing for a two-bedroom condo on the 22nd floor of a ritzy Yorkville building belongs to the Toronto-born rapper. It’s going for just under $4.2 million -- considerably more than the two Miami condos Drake sold last year for a total of $2.6 million.

On the outside, it’s one of the city’s most striking buildings -- a modern art deco masterpiece that echoes the style of 1930s New York skyscrapers. And its location steps away from the swanky stores on Bloor Street makes it one of the most desirable addresses in the country.

But on the inside, it turns out Drake’s taste in home decoration runs towards the, um, surprisingly mundane. With its tasteful leather couches, sparse decor and a decidedly non-blingy flat-screen TV, this looks like the apartment of just about any mid-town Toronto yuppie.

All the same, this is no ordinary apartment. Realtor Ilan Joseph notes the unit has 500 square feet of heated terrace and “private elevator access,” among other features.

Check out Drake’s soon-to-be-former digs in Toronto.

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  • One St. Thomas, Yorkville

    Building facade

  • Living room

  • Living room/dining room

  • Master bedroom

  • Kitchen

  • Terrace

  • Building facade

  • The front entrance

  • Garage entrance

  • Garden gate

  • The gardens

  • Building lobby

  • The pool

  • Drake's living and dining rooms

  • Living room facing south

  • Dining room with walk-out terrace

  • Dining room

  • The kitchen

  • The den

  • A bedroom with a view

  • Master bedroom

  • Master bedroom

  • The deck

  • The building at dusk

  • Building facade

  • Building facade

  • One St. Thomas, seen from the north

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