I’ve always been a fan of Toronto Life ever since I moved to here from Victoria, B.C. back in 1984. This is the ‘zine to read when you want to be up-to-date on food, culture, and life in the GTA. In fact, many times in the past, when we’ve shared our own ‘behind-the-scenes real estate stories, they’ve been modeled on and inspired by Toronto Life’s feature stories on real estate, including our Buy Of The Month blog and our Tales From The Real Estate Trenches. If you want the skinny on what really goes on behind Toronto’s domestic curtain, these are great posts to learn about Toronto real estate!
Fortunately for Urbaneer.com, this week, Toronto Life scoped out our Authentic Creative Loft In Brockton Village and decided to make it their Rental Of The Week! This breath-taking Little Portugal factory loft boasts 1756 square feet of blissful urban living, including a modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, expansive entertainment space with unique wall niches to display art oo your favourite possessions, and a soaring 24-foot skylit atrium! On the second level, you’ll find a private sleeping sanctuary, a flexible den space, and a media room retreat! Situated in a ecclectic and extremely accessible neighbourhood, this magical offering is available for rent at $3,800/month!
If you’d to learn more, here’s the Toronto Life promotion, and here’s ours!
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~ Steven & The Urbaneer Team
Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage – (416) 322-8000
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