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Condo of the Week: $715,000 for a three-level industrial loft on King West

Condo of the Week: $715,000 for a three-level industrial loft on King West
(Image: Houmaan Saffarzadeh)

Address: 766 King Street West, Unit 403 Neighbourhood: Niagara
Agent: Sean Mayers, Century 21 Regal Realty Inc., Brokerage Price: $715,000

The Place: A two-bedroom, three-level unit on the top floor of the Tecumseth Lofts, a former commercial warehouse divided into 28 units in 1999.

Bragging Rights: The current owner scoured The Junction for most of the vintage fixtures, including lights salvaged from the old McCormick cookie factory in London, Ontario and the 100-year-old door to the powder room.

Big Selling Point: The private, sun-drenched terrace nearly doubles the size of the living room for half the year.

Possible Deal Breaker: For some, a big perk of condo living is the lack of stairs to climb—and this unit has two sets.

By the Numbers: • $715,000 • $473.56 in monthly maintenance fees • 1,200-1,399-square feet • 10 to 20-ft ceilings • 3 floors • 2 bathrooms • 2 bedrooms • 1 locker • 1 skylight

Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403
Condo of the Week: 766 King Street West, Unit 403

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