Address: 2 Minto Street, Unit 2B
Agent: Ken McDonald, Re/Max Hallmark Realty Ltd., Brokerage
The place: Nearly the entire first floor of a converted Estonian bakery.
The history: The sellers, a couple of music industry vets, bought this 1953 building a little over a decade ago and brought it back to life as six condo units. They saved this unit, the biggest and best one, for themselves, carving out a pair of offices so they could both work from home, along with four bedrooms for their growing family.
Big selling point: The owners love being able to step outside their door to take their three rescue dogs on walks without getting in an elevator.
Possible deal breaker: There’s no backyard. There is, however, a private rooftop deck, and the dead-end street is ideal for shooting hoops or playing road hockey—potentially an important consideration for anyone with a big enough family to justify a four-bedroom purchase.
By the numbers:
• 2,225 square feet
• $800 in monthly maintenance fees
• 230-square-foot roof deck
• 140-square-foot terrace
• 10-foot ceilings
• 4 bedrooms
• 2 bathrooms
• 2 home offices/dens
• 1 parking space in the garage
• 1 parking space outside
• 1 garage door in the dining room
The building was a bakery before the sellers carved it into six condos. This unit, the largest, is theirs.
The floor plan is a little like an office: living areas in the middle, and private rooms…
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