2154 Dundas Street West

Condo of the week: 2154 Dundas Street West

2154 Dundas Street West is an authentic two bedroom loft in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood. Asking $679,900, the boutique building, outfitted with 12 foot high ceilings and exposed duct work, was converted from a former feather factory along Dundas West.

2154 Dundas Street West

The open concept layout attracts just about anyone who loves loft living and the Roncy 'hood. The area has transformed over the years with retailers moving in and cool residential dwellings like this one, slightly more affordable than Toronto's cuckoo housing market.

2154 Dundas Street West

SPECS

2154 Dundas Street West

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Stainless steel kitchen
  • Hardwood floors
  • Exposed brick
  • Vaulted ceilings
2154 Dundas Street West

GOOD FOR

A funky and functional living space, and perhaps an epic pillow fight or two. After all, you are living in a former feather factory.

2154 Dundas Street West

MOVE ON IF

No parking and only one bathroom. You might outgrow this space too quickly, and be forced to pay higher fees for a larger condo.

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2154 Dundas Street West


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