200 clinton street toronto

Condo of the week: 200 Clinton Street

Inside this fairly unassuming building, which coincidentally used to be a button factory, is a gorgeous hard loft. It has all the hallmarks of a Toronto hard loft with exposed brick, hardwood floors, exposed beams and soaring ceilings.200 clinton street torontoThe main floor is a bit on the small side with only 600 sq. ft. of space, but it is open concept so it doesn’t seem too cramped.

200 clinton street torontoMy favourite room is the living room because it has an old wood burning furnace and just looks so cozy!

200 clinton street torontoThe space opens up upstairs and the skylights and windows make it much brighter than the main floor.

200 clinton street torontoThe master bedroom is spacious and walks out onto the balcony.

200 clinton street torontoIt also has a semi-en suite bathroom. The bathroom has a large tub, his-and-her sinks, and the laundry facilities.

200 clinton street torontoThere is a second bedroom, family room and an office space as well on the second floor.

200 clinton street torontoThe terrace has enough room for some seating and most certainly a BBQ. The only downside is you’ll have to carry the food up and down the stairs if you want to barbecue.  200 clinton street toronto

Specs
  • Address: #4 - 200 Clinton Street
  • Price: $1,249,000
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking: 1
  • Walk Score: 72    
  • Transit Score: 95
  • Maintenance Fees: $893 monthly
  • Listing agent: Kim Kehoe
  • Listing ID: C4310994200 clinton street toronto
Good For

Quiet surroundings. Unlike many of Toronto’s condos that are on major streets and right in the middle of the downtown core, this one is nestled in among the residential Little Italy neighbourhood.200 clinton street toronto

Move On If

You prefer everything to be on one level. While stairs can help separate sleeping and living spaces, sometimes they can be more of a inconvenience than anything.200 clinton 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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