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House of the Week: $825,000 for a “loft house” on the Dupont strip

House of the Week: $825,000 for a “loft house” on the Dupont strip

ADDRESS: 483 Dupont Street, Unit 105

NEIGHBOURHOOD: Annex

AGENT: Jonathan Ferrier, Royal LePage Real Estate Services

PRICE: $824,900

THE PLACE: This three-storey townhome is technically not a house at all—it’s one of the larger units in the Annex Loft Houses, a boutique development at Bathurst and Dupont. 

BRAGGING RIGHTS: With interiors by The Design Agency, whose trio of principals hosted HGTV’s Designer Guys, this new pad has more style than the average aging townhouse.

BIG SELLING POINT: The wood-floored rooftop terrace is nearly 300 square feet and offers panoramic views of the city. It’s perfect for barbecuing on the next unseasonably warm day.

POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: Steps away from famed all night diner Vesta Lunch, plus a Beer Store and an Esso, you’ll be able to indulge without having to change out of your pajamas. Hope you’re not the resolution-making type.

BY THE NUMBERS • $824,900 • 1563 square feet • 550 square feet of outdoor space • $299 in monthly maintenance fees • 11-foot ceilings • 3 levels • 3 bathrooms • 2 bedrooms • 2 balconies • 1 rooftop terrace • 1 steam shower in the master ensuite • 1 underground parking space

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