126 sears street

House of the week: 126 Sears Street

A peek inside 126 Sears Street shows that luxury homes come in all shapes and sizes. You wouldn't know it from the pale brick exterior, but this unassuming building was converted into a funky loft about seven years ago. The three-bedroom is now listed for $1,950,000.

126 sears street

The 3,000 square foot house is a hybrid between a hard loft and an industrial-chic single family home. The main floor is wide open featuring glass cubed tiles along the walls and bedrooms on the lower level. The best feature is the sprawling rooftop deck, which is larger than most city condos.

126 sears street

Toronto real estate prices continue to soar with buyers flocking to the east-end for larger properties and (slightly) more affordable house prices, this loft excluded. Seems you have to be a millionaire these days to live in Toronto.

126 sears street

SPECS

126 sears street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Approx. 3,000 square feet
  • Sliding barn door
  • Metal staircase
  • Large walk-in closest
  • 1,500 sq. ft. rooftop
126 sears street

GOOD FOR

Entertaining. It's a creative professional's dream loft for hosting a party or kicking back on that 1,500 square foot rooftop deck.

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MOVE ON IF

You'd prefer to live on a main street. This back alley street is much more isolated than a typical urban dwelling, and the view, overlooking hanging laundry and graffitied garages, is less than ideal.

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Would you live here for $1.9M? Have your say in the comments.

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.


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