207-264 Seaton St (Gerrard and Sherbourne)
- Tax: $2,485 (2019)
- Community:Moss Park
- Style:Condo Apt (Loft)
- Size: 970 Sq Ft
- InteriorCeiling Fan, Hardwood Floors, Skylights, Fireplace
- AppliancesStove, Oven Range, Washer, Dryer, Hood Fan, Refrigerator
- CoolingWindow / Wall Unit
- HeatingRadiant, Water Radiators
- AmenitiesBBQs Allowed, Rooftop Deck/Garden
- Lot FeaturesTreed
- Extra FeaturesBalcony, Public Transportation, Cable Available, Internet Available, Controlled Access, Pets Allowed, Storage, Common Elements Included
Stop the presses! Rarely-offered unit in historic Evening Telegram Lofts, an intimate 10-unit building in leafy Cabbagetown. Built circa 1932, it was originally home to the Toronto Evening Telegram newspaper's garage, then later to Coca-Cola, and then many film industry and creative types.
This unit is 970 sqft + a 167 sqft private rooftop terrace. All your hard loft faves are here: 14' ceilings, exposed brick, concrete floors, open concept, and it's a live/work building. The living room features a gas fireplace, and fantastic natural light from the huge picture window plus the building's last original metal pyramid skylight. Authentic hard lofts are rare enough, but it's especially uncommon for them to be located on a tree-lined residential street or outdoor space or in a truly boutique building - and you get all three features!
The Walk/Transit/Bikescores are 92/100/100, and you'll find the TTC, grocery stores, the Parliament Street public library branch, new Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, and the Eaton Centre all very walkable.
Be the envy of your friends with 41.5¢/sqft condo fees, and pay just $50/month for your hydro (paid with your monthly condo fees). You'll be comfortable all winter long with the recent (2017) $25k investment the owner made in sleek modern radiators and a tankless hot water system. And a ductless air conditioner and ceiling fan keeps the place cool in the summer.