Finding beautifully restored lofts is a challenge in Toronto, and this one located in the Toy Factory building is a sight to behold.
This 2800-square-foot open concept condo with wood ceilings, exposed brick, and floor-to-ceiling windows is nothing short of spectacular. And for $2.95 million it freakin’ better be!
The unit is split over three floors, with an office, kitchen and living room on the main floor. I really like the decor in this place, it’s modern and just a touch eclectic. Good news if you also like the decor: the furniture, lighting and art are negotiable.
The living room is probably one of the nicest rooms in the place. The expansive windows bathe the room in natural light and the 21-foot ceilings make it airy and spacious.
The kitchen is a bit of a let down in my opinion. Don’t get me wrong, it certainly comes with all the bells and whistles, including high-end appliances and two wine cooling fridges, but the cabinets just make this kitchen look so boring. It looks like an IKEA showroom kitchen.
On the second floor there are the bedrooms. Each have their own spa-like en suite bathroom.
The master bedroom comes with one of the most impressive walk-in closets I’ve ever seen. It’s huge, like bedroom size huge. Plus it has motion sensor drawers and hangers. All that’s missing is a computer that generates what outfit you wear, like in "Clueless".
Finally, on the third floor, is a large private rooftop patio perfect for throwing an epic party, if you’re so inclined.
- Address: #441 - 43 Hanna Ave.
- Price: $2,950,000
- Bedrooms: 2 + 1
- Bathrooms: 4
- Parking: 1
- Walk Score: 95
- Transit Score: 100
- Maintenance Fees: $711.87 monthly
- Listing agent: Claude Boiron
- Listing ID: C4096033
Someone with a massive Kardashian-level wardrobe. The master bedroom walk-in closet is bigger than the actual bedroom. So if you get this loft you better have the clothes and shoes to fill it.
Move On If
You’re not about that Liberty Village life. Liberty Village is heavily developed condo community and some say a “yuppie” haven. There’s virtually no green space and you have to deal with the 504 streetcar. For almost $3 million you might want a less built-up neighbourhood.
by Misha Gajewski via blogTO