Condo of the week: 15 Fort York Boulevard
From the brick and lava rock walls to the concrete ceilings and dark hardwood floors, I’ve never seen so many different materials in one suite. I’m a bit surprised there isn't a fuzzy wall somewhere in here...
The main area is open concept. At the kitchen end, the ceilings are quite low and with the concrete it has a bit of a bunker feel to it.
But as you move through to the living room, the space becomes brighter thanks to the large floor-to-ceiling windows and patio door.
The patio is narrow, but at least there’s outdoor space, and it has a view of the lake.
The master bedroom is very eclectic with a custom light fixture that’s more of an art piece than a lighting apparatus. The room is bright with two walls of windows and there's enough room for a large bed, dresser and crib.
Both bedrooms have four-piece en suite bathrooms. They're nothing too fancy but they're modern and functional.
Being close to everything. This area is turning into kind of a condo haven with grocery stores, Starbucks and almost anything you could need all within a block radius.
You prefer more conventional style walls. This place is like a collage of building materials and, while it gives off a unique look, it can be a bit much.
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