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Home of the Week: Loft-inspired townhouse in Corktown

Home of the Week: Loft-inspired townhouse in Corktown

POPE listing, as seen in The Toronto Star

Modern luxury in 1,800 square feet of living space with rooftop views


Location: 13 Gilead Pl.,King St. E. and Parliament St.

Asking Price: $1,275,000

Size: about 1,814 square feet

Lot: 16 feet by 42 feet, built-in single-car garage, lane drives

Maintenance Fees

Taxes: $6,031 (2015)

Bedrooms: 2 plus 2

Bathrooms: 3

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Part of a newer complex designed by Brian Kucharski and developed by Gilead Investments, this three-storey freehold row house is located in Toronto’s Corktown neighbourhood, just south of King St. E., between Parliament St. and Sumach St.

“This is a haven of modern luxury, existing in a tiny alleyway in Corktown. Centrally situated, it is walking distance to the Distillery District, West Donlands — which is the site of the future Pan Am Village — and a 19-acre park called Corktown Commons. It is also close to the Financial District, Riverside and Leslieville,” says listing agent Robin Pope.

“With about 1,800 square feet of living space, this contemporary loft-inspired multi-level townhouse features two bedrooms, a den, a family room, a studio, three bathrooms, soaring ceilings — some nine feet, some 10 feet and some as high as 14 feet — a gas fireplace and wide-plank hardwood flooring. The home has sweeping views of the city from the rooftop terrace and boasts a designer kitchen and master bedroom ensuite.

“Other features of note include an industrial-inspired staircase showcasing check-plate steel treads and perforated steel guardrails, custom roller shades throughout, custom frosted glass and aluminum doors, aluminum louvred doors and an oversized single-car garage,” adds Pope…



Originally published in on Fri., July 3, 2015








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