1 + 1 BEDROOMS
Hard Loft Living in Leslieville
Introducing unit 321 at the iconic Garment Factory Lofts. This rare hard lofts conversion features a wide open concept living space perfect for entertaining. Enjoy soaring 12 Feet exposed concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, stunning concrete floors & a massive private terrace with gas line for the BBQ. Your kitchen comes with gas stove, stone counters, custom island, backsplash & full size stainless steel appliances. Additional den space added under the bed which is perfect for your home office. Large closets in the bedroom & spacious 4 piece bath. Exposed ductwork. Bike locker included. Hot water tank (owned). Amenities: concierge, 2 gyms & visitor parking. Steps from the best parks, restros, cafes, gyms, TTC, Hwys, the beach & more.
Living | Concrete floors, open concept, walk-out to terrace
Dining | Concrete floors, combined with living, open concept
Kitchen | Concrete floors, stone counter, stainless steel appliances
Primary Bedroom | Concrete floors, walk-up
Den | Concrete floors, large closet
Possession | Flexible
Property Taxes | $2,162.99
Maintenance Fees | $413.27 / Month
Size | 584 Square Feet as per MPAC
Locker | One Locker and One Bike Locker
About the Neighbourhood | Leslieville
Leslieville used to be full of factories, but they are all gone now, drastically reducing the pollution in the air and making the neighbourhood much more appealing. However, some of the old factories have been turned into large film studios such as Cinevillage, Showline Studios and Pinewood Film Studios, creating a hip and happening feel to the area. Old homes that were falling into disrepair have been snapped up and renovated by singles, young professionals and families galore who realized that the tree-lined streets are safe and within 15 minutes of downtown. Plus, there’s batch of condo loft conversions. Leslieville feels like a village, its main street Queen East. The variety of shops is both high end and quirky. Restaurants, designer clothes, coffee houses, food stores, bakeries, antique and furniture stores, florists, and yes, fish and chip stores from the past make for one of the most interesting walks in the city. But to enjoy it you have to park your car and get out on foot – like the locals.