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Condomonium: $1.1 million for a two-level loft in the former Creeds warehouse in the Annex

Condomonium: $1.1 million for a two-level loft in the former Creeds warehouse in the Annex

ADDRESS: 295 Davenport Road, Unit 201

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Annex

AGENTS: James Warren and Kelly Fulton, Royal Lepage/J&D Division

PRICE: $1,069,000

THE PLACE: A two-bedroom, two-level hard loft where the Annex meets Yorkville. The suite is one of 19 units in a low-rise 1930s-era building once used to store furs for Creeds, the fabled department store partially credited with changing Yorkville from boho to high-end. 

BRAGGING RIGHTS: With the Annex dominated by Victorian houses and Yorkville flush with glassy new condos, a centrally located hard loft is a rare find. This building is one of only a few in the area with both soaring ceilings and a historic backstory.

BIG SELLING POINT: Versatility. The expansive second floor can be used as a single mega-bedroom, or it can be separated into a bedroom and an entertaining space with terrace access. Meanwhile, the first-floor bedroom could easily be turned into a home office.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Many nearby condos offer sweeping views of the city. This low-rise building can’t compete with those panoramics.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $1,069,000 • 1,700 square feet (interior) • $1,101.58 in monthly maintenance fees • 410-square-foot terrace • 12-foot ceilings, roughly • 2 levels • 2 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • 2 gas fireplaces • 2 side-by-side parking spaces

295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201
295 Davenport Road, Unit 201

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