43 hanna avenue toronto

Condo of the week: 43 Hanna Avenue

The Toy Factory Lofts are almost guaranteed to have stunning condos. They have all the staples of the trendy hard lofts, including steel beams, exposed brick, soaring ceilings, big windows, and so on.43 hanna avenue toronto

This one isn’t an exception, it’s b-e-a-utiful and it actually has a balcony! Double score!

43 hanna avenue torontoThe open-concept suite has about 1,725 square-feet of living space and the current owners dumped about $170,000 worth of upgrades into the place.

43 hanna avenue torontoThe space is bright and warm, even with all the steel.

43 hanna avenue torontoThe wood and fairy lights give the place a cozy ambiance, and with all the books, I can imagine spending all my lazy Sunday afternoons reading on the sofa.  

43 hanna avenue torontoThe kitchen doesn’t have as much counter space as other units, but has all the basics in terms of appliances. And, the addition of the large island is helpful too. 

43 hanna avenue torontoThe master bedroom is behind a huge wall of industrial windows and doors. While they offer little in the way of privacy, they do make for a cool-looking space. The motorized blinds could help with that, though.

43 hanna avenue torontoAnother drawback might be the fact that the glass wall doesn’t reach the ceiling, so it may not block sound very well.

43 hanna avenue torontoThrough a sliding barn door is the master bath. If you’re big on long soaks in a tub, you’re out of luck. It's only showers, here. But the bathroom is modern with a concrete vanity.  

43 hanna avenue torontoSo, while there might be some impractical aspects to this condo, you can’t deny how cool it looks.43 hanna avenue toronto

Specs
43 hanna avenue torontoGood For

The perfect home office. Because this space is zoned for both work and home, it’s the ideal space for one or the other (or both).43 hanna avenue toronto

Move On If

You’re not really about that Liberty Village lifestyle.43 hanna avenue toronto

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

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