** Historic Massey Harris Lofts ** Own A Piece Of Toronto's History! Large Authentic 1100 Sf +/- 2 Bdrm+ 2 Bath Loft In King West. Featuring 3 Exposed Brick/Stone Walls, Wood Posts & Beams, High 11 Ft Ceilings + Cust S/S + Glass Thru-Out. Loft Can Be Divided Into 2 - 1 Bdrm Units - Approvals In Place. Mcr Zoning Also Allows For Bus/Office Use! Prime King/Queen West Locale - Walk To Cafes, Pubs, Shops & Restos. Steps To Streetcar & Only Mins To Qew/Lake Shore.More details
In The Historical Massey Harris Vintage Lofts, This Rare Two Storey, Penthouse Suite Is A Must See! Features An Open Concept Kitchen With New Ss Appliances, Overlooks 18Ft Floor To Ceiling Windows Onto Your Very Own Private Terrace. Tons Of Storage Space 2 Modern Bathrooms, And A Resort Like Master Bedroom With Your Own Soaker Tub. Trendy Trinity Bellwood's Neighbourhood, Cafes, Restos & Ttc. **+1 Can Be Easily Converted To 2nd Bed Seller Willing To Do**More details
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The Massey Harris Lofts at 915 King Street West began as the world-renowned Massey Harris company, the headquarters of the once largest farm implements and tractor factory in the world. It makes a great loft to both live and work out of.
Restored by Canderel Stoneridge, the building features red brick and yellow posts, with 11-foot ceilings and vintage brick walls. Suites feature baths with an all-glass shower and radiant floor heating. It doesn’t get much more like a true loft conversion that this.
You won’t have to walk far to find green space. Right beside the building is Massey Harris Park, a one-acre park that was constructed by landscape architects to reflect a rural oasis in the middle of the city’s concrete.
The park features natural grass, an assortment of intersecting pathways and boardwalks, a splash pad for kids, a doggy drinking fountain, and artistic features. Of course, Liberty Village, in all of its amenity-filled glory is just a short walk away.