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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