Condo of the week: 390 Cherry Street
The three bedroom unit at 390 Cherry Street in the newly built Gooderham Condominiums, is listed for $1,249,000. Located in the Distillery District, this shiny glass 35-storey tower is plunked down in the midst of preserved warehouses, along the historic brick-lined streets.
The condo was built just last year so it's brand spanking new, and the oversized unit has never been lived in. The tower and its adjacent glass twin (another new 40-storey high-rise) are slowly giving way to modern architecture in the area.
While amenities are large in this new condo (rooftop terrace, yoga room and home theatre), the main attraction is the neighbourhood. The Distillery is always a lively and high traffic area with breweries, beer tastings, chocolate shops, art galleries and seasonal events like the annual Christmas Market.
Come the summer, the Distillery will serve as a main stomping ground for the 2015 Pan Am Games. Parking in the area will be limited (or non-existent), thankfully this suite includes two underground spots. Take a look what a $1.2 million condo looks like in the historic Distillery District.
Outdoor entertaining. Living in a high-rise can make you feel disconnected to the outdoors. In this unit, outdoor space is not an issue with three walkouts and a 1,000 square foot terrace. The massive patio is the ultimate summer hideaway and barbecue destination.
MOVE ON IF
You detest large concrete pillars. Pillars, ugly as they may be, are a structural necessity in a building. This unit features multiple ones and luckily, they are mostly out of view.
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