Urban Contemporary Loft in Leslieville | 240-1173 Dundas Street East

January 5, 2021

Experience the finest in living and working space in this spacious open concept loft! 240 – 1173 Dundas Street East is an exceptional 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom loft in Toronto’s lovely Leslieville neighbourhood. This urban contemporary renovated hard loft is not to be missed! 



The unit in the I-Zone Lofts spans over 2 levels. The main floor has soaring 11-foot ceilings and a combined living, dining, kitchen, principal bedroom and bathroom. As you enter the unit, the living room is immediately to the left of the entrance and is the perfect casual entertaining space that flows beautifully into the formal dining space and kitchen. The massive kitchen boasts a large centre island with seating for 4. 2 skylights bring plenty of natural light into the loft.





The bedroom is spacious and bright, with tall ceilings and one of the skylights is located in the room for natural light throughout the day. The beautiful modern 6-piece bathroom is accessible adjacent to the bedroom. 




Head up the statement staircase to find a cozy landing that is currently being used as a work-from-home space soaked in plenty of natural light. The rooftop terrace is an exceptional entertaining space that offers private outdoor enjoyment – a unique luxury in the city. 







The unit’s prime Leslieville location offers ease of access to many of the neighbourhood’s amenities. Local shops, restaurants, and community services are just steps away!


This property is currently listed at $1,395,000. For more information, please contact Graeme McIntosh and Debbie Penzo at (416) 925-9191.

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