Residence 401 at 468 Wellington St. W. has everything you could want in a luxury loft. The sprawling unit boasts more than 4,500 square feet of living space, private elevator access and tons of character. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and is currently listed for $4.2 million.
This listing lives inside the six-storey Butterick Building that was originally constructed in 1915. It was converted into a residential space in 2001 with only 11 units, making residence 401 a rare find in the Toronto real estate market.
One of the first things you’ll notice when entering the condo is a custom fish tank and multiple cement pillars.
The soaring 12-foot ceilings and open concept floor plan bring an airy feel to the condo. Glossy hardwood flooring and an eye-catching wood ceiling make a statement in the unit, as seen in this recreation area complete with a pool table.
Sliding doors open to more living space, which could work nicely as a home office or bedroom.
Massive floor-to-ceiling windows help to illuminate the dining room.
Stainless steel appliances are seamlessly integrated within the modern kitchen.
There’s plenty of counter space, with the island also doubling as a breakfast bar.
There’s plenty of space to lounge in the living room.
Here’s a look at the spacious master bedroom.
The future owners won’t have any issues storing their clothes thanks to this oversized walk-in closet.
You can enter the ensuite bathroom directly from the bedroom or through the walk-in closet. It features a standalone bathtub, walk-in shower and long double vanity.
The current owners are taking advantage of this second bedroom by using it as a home gym.
This room also connects to a three-piece ensuite bathroom.
This condo at 468 Wellington St. W. is listed with Anzhelika Shenton and Andrew Wells of Royal LePage Terrequity Shirriff Wells Real Estate Inc., Brokerage.