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Condomonium: $1.3 million for a bona fide loft space with a private elevator

Condomonium: $1.3 million for a bona fide loft space with a private elevator
A private garage holds one of the parking spaces

Condomonium: $1.3 million for a bona fide loft space with a private elevator
A private garage holds one of the parking spaces
ADDRESS:

1 Columbus Avenue, Unit 302

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Roncesvalles

AGENT: Robin Pope, Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc.

PRICE: $1,295,000

THE PLACE: Roncesvalles may be overrun with arty cafes and doggie daycares now, but back in the day it was home to all kinds of industrial endeavors. Built in 1902, this five-storey building was once a factory that churned out baseball gloves and was converted into ten condo lofts 15 years ago by Jackson Goad Architects.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: While developers are putting up loft-style condos across the city, this one’s the real deal. The original brick and beams are exposed and intact, and it has a private elevator that takes you straight into the living area.

BIG SELLING POINT: Space. The master bedroom is roughly 18-feet by 14-feet and the second bedroom isn’t much smaller. The den can even be repurposed as a third bedroom.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Sadly, sliding across the hardwood floors in your socks doesn’t actually count as exercise—if you want an on-site gym, pool, or tennis court, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $1,295,000 • 2,300 square feet • $736.47 in monthly maintenance fees • 10-foot ceilings • 3 parking spaces • 2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • 1 balcony • 1 private elevator

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