Another example of unbelievably good living room + unbelievably bad bedroom that seems to be the definition of loft. I really really love the view of the trees. Reminds me of my old office at the northern tip of the north tower.
Tip Top Tailors Lofts #106
I started condo hunting two years ago when I fell in love with the living room of a loft. Then I saw the bedroom and hated it. For anything less than a million bucks, the transition space from living room to bedroom and the layout of the bedroom are generally awkward.
For Example: Candy Factory Loft #221
I think lofts are best for minimalists seeking a fully integrated space. Fully integrated so there is no wall between living room and bedroom. Minimalists because if you can see everything you better not have too many things.
When I was looking, this place caught my eyes on realtor.ca. Yes, windows! But I never went to see it because I fell in love with the place I bought.
298 Jarvis Street #602
“The urban mix is the appeal of East End Danforth—a neighbourhood that has proximity to the boardwalk; manicured houses flying Beach flags; family-friendly Norwood Park; a southern fringe of stately detached Edwardians; co-op housing; semis in the $400,000 to $500,000 range closer to Woodbine; and new luxury townhouses. The sold-out townhouse complex Upper Beach Manors (above), near Main and Gerrard, invigorated real-estate activity in the area and inspired a doppelgänger, the new Upper Beach Townes, a collection of 32 houses split into two-level condos.”
As Toronto Life indicated, there are tonnes of townhouses under development in the Upper Beach. Hope some of them turn out well.
12 Fairhead Mews Located Behind 2272 Gerrard Street East
(vanilla ice picture from ohmyveggies)
- Got bottle of chocolate embrace during our last trip to Niagara on the Lake (the scent is even better than I remembered)
- Got mâché rosettes (dressed in lentil soup)
- Got tea plum jelly from T&T (oolong + green)
- Got madagascar vanilla from Denise (vanilla ice recipe)