condo 8 Dovercourt Road

Condo of the week: 8 Dovercourt Road

8 Dovercourt Road is a modern two bedroom, three bathroom unit listed for $719,000. The description reads: "Is it a townhouse? Is it a loft? Is it heaven?" If your ideal condo features two levels, polished concrete ceilings and a floating glass staircase for under a million, this might be the place for you.

The Art Condos, designed by Hariri Pontarini Architects and Third Uncle, whose accolades include the Drake Hotel, was constructed a few years ago in just down the street from the notorious Bohemian Embassy.

condo 8 Dovercourt Road

The building and its third floor unit shows nicely. At just over 1,000 square feet, the white walled interior feels spacious, spread over two storeys, and having three bathrooms is always convenient. The private terrace offers a bit of unexpected quiet serenity.

condo 8 Dovercourt Road

SPECS

condo 8 Dovercourt Road

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two storeys
  • Floating staircase
  • Juliet balcony
  • Barbecue
  • Heated private terrace
condo 8 Dovercourt Road

GOOD FOR

Barbecues, evenings at the Drake or Gladstone. Eat out or cue up the grill -- the private heated patio is a great space for an intimate summertime cookout.

condo 8 Dovercourt Road

MOVE ON IF

You want to be on the subway line. The crowded streetcar can be a headache during rush hour or standing outside during a rainstorm.

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

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