1 columbus ave toronto

Condo of the week: 1 Columbus Avenue

Inside this former Roncesvalles area baseball glove factory is a gorgeous 3-bedroom condo with vintage posts and beams, exposed brick and wood ceilings.

1 columbus ave torontoOne of the exposed brick walls has graffiti on it and I’m not sure if this is cool or just trying too hard.

1 columbus ave torontoThe kitchen is a bit of a gutter alley; so don’t expect to have more than two people at a time in there.

1 columbus ave torontoBut the living and dining room are open-concept so the apartment feels airy and spacious.

1 columbus ave torontoThe bedrooms are surprisingly large and two have spa-like en-suite bathrooms.

1 columbus ave torontoThe only big downside to this place is that there isn’t any outdoor space. So if you need fresh air it looks like you’re going to have to stick your head out a window. 

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1 columbus ave torontoGood For

A small family who isn’t ready to move to the suburbs yet. This 2270 square foot apartment spread out over three floors offers enough living space to comfortably fit a family but has that inner-city vibe that lets you ignore the inevitable relocation to suburbia for just a little while longer.

  1 columbus ave toronto

Move On If

You want outdoor space. This place doesn’t even have a balcony, and for more than $2 million you could definitely get a house with a backyard or at least a condo with a balcony.1 columbus ave toronto

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Caralyn Ing


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