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Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard

Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
The building only has five units. Two were combined to make this loft, which has its own central courtyard and a private elevator to a three-car garage

ADDRESS: 43 Britain Street, Unit 200

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Moss Park

AGENT: Carl Langschmidt, Royal LePage

PRICE: $3,200,000

THE PLACE: The massive two-story penthouse in the Stonecutters Lofts, a century-old warehouse whose conversion into five luxury living spaces netted the Ontario Association of Architects design award in 2011.

BRAGGING RIGHTS: Potential buyers touring the suite have joked that its luxury and drama would be a good fit for superhero playboy Bruce Wayne. While there’s no hidden entry to a subterranean Batcave, the kitchen does have an unassuming cupboard door that is actually an entryway to extra pantry space and a wine fridge. To the wine cave!

BIG SELLING POINT: Condo terraces (and their views of other condo terraces) can’t compete with this loft’s sizeable central courtyard. It fills all the rooms with light and gives the sprawling space a main—and arresting—focal point.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Though the area’s been slowly changing with the arrival of new developments, Moss Park ain’t Yorkville. Don’t expect a scrubbed and polished neighbourhood outside the front door.

BY THE NUMBERS: • $3,200,000 • 4,400-square feet interior space • 3,000-square feet exterior space • $1,085 in monthly maintenance fees • 100 years of history • 5 bedrooms • 4 bathrooms • 3-car private garage • 2 levels • 1 secret pantry

Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard
Condomonium: $3.2 million for a Queen Street East penthouse loft with its very own (very private) courtyard

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