75 Markham Toronto

Condo of the Week: 75 Markham

One of 16 lofts in an old picture frame factory by Alexandra Park, this condo is all about open-concept, vertical appeal. So nuts to you, walls. This condo boasts three storeys, two fireplaces, and one private outdoor terrace, all for the price of a spacious detached home in some other less cool part of Toronto.

75 Markham Toronto

SPECS:

Address: 75 Markham Street, #2
Price: $799,000
Square Footage: 1700
Bedrooms: 3+1
Bathrooms: 3
Storeys: 3
Parking Spaces: 1
Fireplaces: 2
Monthly Maintenance: $584.04
Taxes: $4,511.51 (2012)
Building Amenities: Underground parking, rooftop terrace, security system

75 Markham Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Exposed beams and skylights
Hardwood floors
Stainless steel appliances
Wine fridge
Master ensuite with jacuzzi tub and double-sided fireplace
Private terrace
Glass block window
Wood-burning living room fireplace
Central vacuum
Built-in bookcases

75 Markham Toronto

GOOD FOR:

Those who enjoy the craft of building a fire (along with the convenience of a Miele cooktop), and residents who appreciate layered square footage. Good for Queen West living without the late-night café down below. Good for wistful New York expats.

75 Markham Toronto

MOVE ON IF:

You think glass block windows should have died along with teased hair and neon windbreakers. You need a bedroom with walls. You fear hitting your head on the underside of that staircase.

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