189 queen st east

Condo of the Week: 189 Queen St. East

Hey look, a condo for less than $500,000! Line up, workers. One of 11 lofts in the Boiler Factory on Queen East, this condo is steps from the streetcar, steps from Moss Park, and a brief walk away from the Queen subway station. A good thing, too, since parking is not included. Channel your inner Mimi Marquez and check out this condo of the week.

SPECS:

Address: 189 Queen Street East, #5
Price: $469,900
Size: ~900 s.f.
Ceiling: 10 ft
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Spaces: N/A
Locker: N/A
Terrace: 235 s.f.
Exposure: North
Monthly Maintenance: $330.19
Taxes: $2,617
Building Amenities: Enter phone security system

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NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Private 235 square foot rooftop terrace
  • Office space
  • Viking professional series gas range and hood
  • Bosch dishwasher
  • Three islands
  • Original wood posts
  • Exposed brick
  • Across from Moss Park
  • Window coverings and light fixtures included
  • Laminate floors
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GOOD FOR:

Moss Park chess players, streetcar advocates, and nude sunbathers. Good for people who actually enjoy cooking at home and/or die-hard Rent fans.

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MOVE ON IF:

You're afraid of sound issues concerning loft living, uncovered light bulbs, or Moss Park. You think you should get at least two bedrooms for close to half a million dollars, or a parking space, or a locker. Negotiations should include that popcorn machine.

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More info at torontolofts.ca

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