27 Brock Avenue condo

Condo of the week: 27 Brock Avenue

Located in Parkdale, this $749,000 two-level industrial loft is just a stone's throw from Queen St.. The lofts at 27 Brock Avenue have been carved out of a former industrial building boasting brick and beam construction, exposed brick walls and soaring ceilings up to 21 feet high.

27 Brock Avenue condo

Completed in 2003, the funky space offers some rich history. Once home to the Eureka Refrigerator Factory, a bakery and the Canadian Symphonola Talking Machine Company, the former warehouse now holds 24 multi-level units and includes such features as underground parking and bike storage.

27 Brock Avenue condo

At around 1,100 square feet, the loft is primarily one large open space, boasting maple hardwood flooring and a floating metal staircase to the second level. The south-facing unit offers plenty of natural light, two full storeys of windows plus a skylight and access to the rooftop terrace with a barbecue hookup and a view of the CN Tower.

27 Brock Avenue condo

SPECS

27 Brock Avenue condo

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two-level loft
  • Skylight
  • 14-21 ft. ceilings
  • Brick and beam
  • Exposed brick walls
  • 380 sq. ft. rooftop terrace
27 Brock Avenue condo

GOOD FOR

A great space for hosting a soiree or intimate dinner party. The combined living and dining areas offer an expansive room for entertaining. With high ceilings (14 and 21 feet), you almost have your own personal basketball court.

27 Brock Avenue condo

MOVE ON IF

You need a main floor bathroom. This unit includes only one washroom, located on the second level by the master bedroom.

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27 Brock Avenue condo


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