It’s not every day that a condo inside a former candy factory hits the market. Unit 104 at 993 Queen St. W. is a luxurious loft that spans nearly 1,600 square feet of living space. The property, which is in one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in the city just a stone’s throw from Trinity Bellwoods Park, used to be where the iconic candy Rockets were made until the building was converted into a residential building in 1999.
The listing boasts desirable hard loft traits such as high ceilings, exposed beams and brick walls. With its two bedrooms, one bathroom and prime location in the heart of Queen West, loft 104 earned a listing price of $1.4299 million.
A custom front hall closet provides lots of storage in the spacious entryway.
A long hallway leads you into the main living space. The wooden ceiling immediately commands your attention, while exposed duct work enhances that hard loft-styled design.
Pendant lights hang over the large kitchen island, which provides plenty of counter space and storage.
The kitchen has high-end appliances and luxury finishes.
The formal dining area sits conveniently next to the kitchen.
A glass railing partially separates the kitchen and dining area from the sunken living room.
The brick feature wall and warehouse-style windows are standout features, along with a fireplace that brings a cosier feel to the space.
The living area can also double as a productive workspace, ideal for professionals who are currently working from home.
An entire wall in this first bedroom is dedicated to a built-in closet.
Across the hallway is this five-piece bathroom. It comes with double sinks, a bathtub and walk-in shower.
The second bedroom is closest to the home’s entryway. It also comes with lots of storage space.
And here’s a look at the laundry room.
Unit 104 at 993 Queen St. W. is listed with Lee Colucci of Sage Real Estate Limited.