The Place: An two-level unit in Leslieville’s Printing Factory Lofts, with a mix of antique character and modern finishes.
The History: Built in 1913 for the textbook printing press of Rolph Clark Stone Ltd., the building gained an eight-storey addition when it was converted into condos. The complex still has its original gothic-style stone entranceway and grand wooden staircase, and this particular unit has a few heritage features of its own, including brick walls and sawtooth skylights. The owner removed a bedroom to create a dining area, added a breakfast bar and installed zebrawood floors.
Big Selling Point: The apartment’s terrace is about 400 square feet, which means plenty of space for lounging in the sun or hosting summer soirees.
For more information: http://www.torontolife.com/informer/toronto-real-estate/2015/06/19/condo-of-the-week-201-carlaw-avenue/
Source: Toronto Life, 06/19/2015