Dressed to the nines
feet by 12.2 feet, the master suite is generous in its dimensions, especially for a home built in the early 1900s. With plenty of room for a king-size bed and furniture, a big window and huge closet, it’s a very functional space.
The adjacent ensuite provides a welcome touch of luxury, Brown said.
“I love the glass-block shower. It’s huge (seven feet) and was artistically designed, with intricate tile work done by the master craftsman that renovated the home,” he said. “It also has a low, step-over entrance for easy access. I also like the fact that there are three bedrooms. One is ideal for a den, while the other (at a spacious 13.5 feet by 11.1 feet) would make a great kids’ or guest bedroom, depending on your needs.”
There’s a fully finished lower level with a large rec room (17.1 by 21.1 feet) with gas fireplace and wet bar, a three-piece bath with a tile floor and a big laundry/mechanical room.
“Adding in the lower level takes the condominium’s total square footage to over 2,100 square feet,” Brown said. “If you like to entertain, it gives you extra space for your guests to spread out into, or if you have kids, it gives them a spot to go and play or watch a movie while you’re upstairs.”
In addition to its incredible tile work, contemporary layout and generous square footage, the home offers another feature that shouldn’t be overlooked, he added.
“You get all that stylish modern decor in a classic central neighbourhood that’s close to everything. The style, quality and location that this home offers is easy to appreciate and hard to beat.”
From the outside, 1-885 Dorchester Ave. in Crescentwood is a classic turn-of-the-century home.
The fully finished lower level features a large rec room with gas fireplace and wet bar, a three-piece bath with a
tile floor and a big laundry/mechanical room.
There are three bathrooms in the condominium, one of
which is located in the lower level.
The huge, luxurious ensuite was artistically designed
with intricate tile work.