The century old building fronts on Sorauren and is proudly part of the 2 percent of condos in Toronto that can boast the “authentic loft” title. Robert Watson was an Irish immigrant who started a candy factory in the late 1800’s. His company was very successful and eventually required larger and larger spaces until it came to rest in Roncesvalles village. The building features exposed brick, wood ceilings and columns, 10 to 16 foot ceiling heights and spectacular finishes. The building features exposed concrete columns and glass window walls which provide ample natural light. There is a landscaped courtyard with an elevated “green roof” garden. The washrooms have marble counter tops, full-width mirrors and oversized soaker tubs. The kitchens feature ceramic style backsplashes, contemporary cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. This building is located in one of the city’s newest trendy neighbourhoods.
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