Condo of the week: 394 Euclid Avenue
This century-old building has an interesting history. It was once a Protestant fraternal clubhouse for the Orange Order, then it was a movie theatre, and now it's condos.
Thanks to its cinema days, the building boasts 20-foot ceilings. They're beyond dreamy and let tons of natural light into the unit.
The main floor is open plan with dark hardwood floors and beautiful moulding on the walls that add an element of elegance to the place.
The kitchen is sleek and modern, with open shelves and stainless steel appliances.
However, as the big arched window is the only window in the unit, the kitchen is a bit on the dark side at the back. But there is plenty of under-cabinet lighting, so you'll be able to see what you're doing.
On what was likely the balcony area of the movie theatre is the master bedroom. It overlooks the living room below and has an en suite bathroom. It also has custom closets to store your wardrobe.
There is another bedroom with an en suite on the lower level of the unit.
As for outdoor space, the living room opens up to a terrace area, but it's not the most private of outdoor space. It's pretty much right on the road.
You don't want to deal with the hassle of street parking.
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