263 Mutual Street

Condo of the week: 263 Mutual Street

263 Mutual Street is a three-level townhouse offered at $1,149,000. The multi-residential complex near Carlton and Jarvis Street was a redevelopment of the old Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) headquarters, a project by Toronto's architectsAlliance helping to revitalize the overlooked east-side neighbourhood.

263 Mutual Street

At 2,200 square feet, the unit feels quite spacious, designed around a floating staircase and industrial-chic concrete walls. There are two bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open concept den, and additional closets and custom built-ins.

263 Mutual Street

There's also plenty of green space which you won't get in a traditional condo. The main level has a private fenced-in back patio, and the third floor balcony can be accessed through the master bedroom. Also included is underground parking and a small basement.

263 Mutual Street

SPECS

263 Mutual Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Three storeys
  • Skylight
  • Floating glass staircase
  • Concrete walls
  • Balcony
  • Back patio
263 Mutual Street

GOOD FOR

Leg room. This three level townhouse is huge with oversized bedrooms, large closets and plenty of secret sunbathing spots. In today's condo market, $1.1 million barely buys you two bedroom, closer to Yonge Street.

263 Mutual Street

MOVE ON IF

You don't love the neighbourhood? The area around Carlton and Jarvis still has a dubious reputation, even with redevelopment like these townhomes and the sprawling Maple Leaf Gardens Loblaws down the block.

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Would you buy this pad? 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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