Welcome to 243 Macdonell Avenue, one of Toronto’s early hard loft conversions. Originally constructed as a tool and dye factory in the early 1900’s, this space was meticulously converted into 6 unique artist lofts in 1986.
Unit #3 is a charming, gallery style hard loft with two levels of flexible, open concept space with soaring ceilings, original wood posts and beams, and wood floors throughout. The main floor features massive, glass bock windows, a gas fireplace, and a large kitchen with a walkout to a private patio – perfect for summer bbq’s. The second floor features a separate bedroom/den, a sleeping area and a sun flooded family room – but could easily be converted to two or three bedrooms.
The location really can’t be beat – outstanding restaurants, bars, galleries, shopping and transit are all just a short stroll away, and lovely Sorauren Park (with its organic farmers market every Monday) is just a block away.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a historic loft. Move-in ready or renovate into your dream space!