In 2014, the average price for a condo in the City of Toronto was $329,500 according to the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB), and in August 2023 that number increased by 120% to $724,549. Following a similar trajectory, this Cabbagetown condo at 204-264 Seaton St. was on the market for just over $750,000 in 2014 and today that same condo is listed for sale for over $1.5 million – a price increase of 110%.
The 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo makes use of its factory setting and embodies industrial minimalism with concrete floors, exposed pipes, and brick walls.
There’s even a catwalk platform above the bed.
Two unique features stand out in the home: the grand spiral staircase and the 11-foot glass shower.
The glass shower and hyrdo massage therapy soaker tub are both exposed in the ground-floor bedroom, but if you want more privacy you can head up the 15-foot spiral staircase to the second-floor bathroom.
The second floor’s huge skylight gives the space a bright and airy feel while the Ortal gas fireplace adds a cozy element to the room.
In total, the space has over 1,700 square feet and features two entrances and two upper loft mezzanines.
Custom feature walls, steelwork, and Brazilian wood detailing can be found throughout the condo.
For those who are still seeking more space, the condo has a 200-square-foot private rooftop terrace that was rebuilt in 2023 and offers expansive city views.
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