5 st. joseph street toronto

Condo of the week: 5 St. Joseph Street

Condos downtown are so often boring glass boxes in the sky, which means when I see something a little bit unique I get way too excited.5 st. joseph street toronto

This luxury condo is in a heritage building at Yonge & Wellesley. The arched windows and the peaked ceilings are just some of the things that make this place so unique.

5 st. joseph street torontoThe kitchen and living area are open-concept, but on the small side. I probably wouldn’t be throwing a dinner party here anytime soon: there isn’t even room for a kitchen table.

5 st. joseph street torontoThat being said, the kitchen is sleek and modern, and with the all-white cabinets the space seems larger than it is.

5 st. joseph street torontoThe unit boasts two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

5 st. joseph street torontoThe master bedroom is on the second floor and has a four-piece en suite. There are also some interesting spaces that could definitely be utilized in creative ways.

5 st. joseph street toronto Unfortunately, there’s no private outdoor space — a common feature with older buildings. But there is a rooftop terrace.

5 st. joseph street torontoSpecs
5 st. joseph street torontoGood For

Someone who likes quirky spaces and historic buildings.

Move On If

You have pets. This building doesn’t allow fur-babies inside so if you have or want to have a cat, dog, guinea pig or bunny keep hunting.5 st. joseph street toronto

Thanks to BosleyRealEstateLtd., Brokerage for sponsoring our condo of the week. All editorial was written and selected by blogTO.

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Houssmax 


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