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Condo of the Week: $460,000 for a true hard loft in Regent Park

Condo of the Week: $460,000 for a true hard loft in Regent Park
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Address: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302 Neighbourhood: Regent Park
Agent: Brad Thomas, Sutton Group Quantum Realty Inc., Brokerage Price: $459,000

The Place: A one-bedroom unit on the third floor of the Knitting Mill Lofts at Queen and Sackville.

Bragging Rights: The unit is less than a thousand square feet, but thanks to the space’s ample windows and its open floor plan, which runs 50 feet from wall to wall (bedroom included), it looks and feels much bigger.

Big Selling Point: It’s a true hard loft. If the buyer prefers the completely open-concept look of a studio, the bedroom wall is easily removed.

Possible Deal Breaker: There are two entrances to the unit, including one in the bedroom that leads to the hallway, stairs and freight elevator. That’s great for mad dashes out the door to work, and not so great for when the new neighbours decide to move in on a Saturday.

By the Numbers:

• $459,000 • $425.12 in monthly maintenance fees • 880 square feet • 2 entrances/exits • 1 bedroom • 1 washroom

Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302
Condo of the Week: 426 Queen Street East, Unit 302

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