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House of the week: Movie House Lofts – 394 Euclid Avenue

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For anyone looking for an authentic loft within spitting distance of College and Bathurst, you really can’t do better than The Movie House Lofts. If you’re familiar with the neighbourhood, I’m sure you’ve peeked at this beautiful building a few times (or maybe that’s just me). The historic former movie theatre (Comment: originally an Orange Lodge) was converted into 18 loft units in 1998, and this top-level apartment is on the market from one of the original buyers. In a city where condo turnover is high, long-term ownership is usually a sign of great construction (Comment: not sure construction has anything to do with it).

Movie House Lofts - 394 Euclid Avenue

Movie House Lofts – 394 Euclid Avenue

There’s plenty of light with an east-facing original wood window — this unit looks out on Euclid Avenue, offering a slight reprieve from the din of College Street — and a massive skylight. Hard loft fans will appreciate the exposed pipes and custom built-in wooden crate shelving. The private rooftop terrace is a special perk, enough to make the main-floor units jealous.

Buyers should keep in mind that this apartment is designed for two occupants at the most. The Venetian plaster walls might require a redo if you’re over the faux painting fad, and those sexy stripping firefighter pillows aren’t included in the price, unfortunately. But maybe you can cut a deal?

SPECS

Address: 394 Euclid Avenue
Price: $489,000.00
Size: 906 square feet
Bedrooms: 1 + office space
Storeys: 2 + mezzanine
Bathrooms: 1
Parking Space: No

Movie House Lofts - 394 Euclid Avenue

Movie House Lofts – 394 Euclid Avenue

NOTABLE FEATURES

Stainless steel appliances and gas range
16′ ceiling in main living area
6′ x 6′ skylight

GOOD FOR

Couples or singles looking for a character loft in a central spot. Also, there’s a Starbucks right downstairs, so, Gold Card holders? This place suits someone who isn’t offended by the constant smell of brewed coffee and the sight of stale banana loaves.

MOVE ON IF

You’re expecting the facilities and amenities offered with newer shoe boxes in the sky — you’ll find none of those extras here, though the common areas are sparkling and a security system is included with the monthly maintenance fee. There’s no underground parking, either, so drivers should be prepared to shell out for a permit and hunt for a spot.

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Contact Laurin Jeffrey for more information – 416-388-1960

Laurin Jeffrey is a Toronto Realtor with Century 21 Regal Realty. He did not
write these articles, he just reproduces them here for people who are
interested in Toronto real estate. He does not work for any builders.

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