• Location: 200 Clinton St #4, Toronto

  • List Price: $1,249,000

  • Details: 2 Bedroom | 2 Bath

  • Neighborhood: Palmerston-Little Italy

Welcome To 200 Clinton St #4


Tucked away on a quiet residential street, 200 Clinton St#4 is an absolutely gorgeous hard-loft conversion in the heart of Little Italy. This low-rise brick building (once a working button factory) is well over a century old and was converted for residential use in the 90s. With old Victorian homes on either side, this building is urban loft living in a beloved family-friendly neighbourhood.

Like other hard-loft conversions, this unit is the perfect combination of old and new character. Its industrial history can be seen in its high ceilings, post-and-beam construction and exposed brick walls, but unit #4 has also been fully renovated with all of the modern details you are looking for. The open concept main floor features a powder room, trendy dark hardwood floors, a cozy living room with a gas fireplace, and a stunning kitchen with sleek quartz counters, stainless-steel appliances, and a large center island with plenty of storage. The 1600 square feet of living space is generously divided over two floors. The second floor features two bedrooms (including a master with custom Hunter Douglas blinds and custom wall-to-wall California closets), large bright windows and skylights, an open concept family room, and a large semi-ensuite bathroom with designer features, a deep soaking tub, and heated marble floors. Walk out from the second bedroom or the office to a private rooftop terrace (with its own irrigation system)—it’s a beautiful space for entertaining or to unwind after a long day.

If you lived here, you could park your car and walk to everything you need. You’re steps away from some of the city’s best restaurants and coffee shops, markets, parks, schools, streetcars and the subway. There’s a reason why everyone loves this neighbourhood. Come visit and explore, and you will want to call it home too!




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