This tried-and-true converted loft that’s tucked away down a cobblestone laneway in an old yarn factory just hit the market.
The former factory, at 15 – 50 Barlett Avenue, boasts a prime neighbourhood locale including being just steps from the beautifully designed Bloor-Gladstone TPL Branch as well as only a few minutes walk from Dufferin Grove Park.
Since being restored the building now houses 16 units, with this one, in particular, being extensively upgraded. The entire loft features the perfect balance of industrial elements layered with raw materials that add to the loft’s charm, including polished concrete floors and exposed brick.
With nearly 1,800 square feet of living space spread across three-storeys, the 2+1-bedroom loft has soaring 18-foot ceilings and large oversized windows that flood the entire space with an abundance of natural light.
The main level features an open-concept layout with a bathroom, a modern chef’s kitchen that’s fully equipped with high-end stainless steel appliances, and spacious living and dining areas that are perfect for entertaining.
Upstairs you’ll find the master bedroom decked out with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall that overlooks the living room below. The ensuite bathroom features an expansive ceiling with skylight — ideal when drawing yourself a bath in the sleek soaker tub with the intention of checking out the stars above.
- Address: 15 – 50 Bartlett Avenue
- Type: Condo-apartment
- Style: 3-storey
- Size: 1600-1799 sqft
- Price: $1,575,000
- Maintenance Fees: $713/month
- Taxes: $5,020 /yr
- Bedrooms: 2+1
- Bathrooms: 3
Climb the stairs to the third floor and you’ll find a second bedroom that’s decked out with hardwood floors, a large closet, and a three-piece ensuite bathroom. Down the hallway, there’s an additional room, which could be used as a bedroom, or as an office as the current owners have done.
If you step outside of the den you’ll find yourself on the private, sun-soaked rooftop terrace that’s perfect for enjoying the city’s sunshine during the warmer months.
So, if you’ve been thinking about entering Toronto’s condo market, let us propose this beautiful loft that could be yours for a cool $1.57 million dollars.