Chic and stylish Loft style Apartment in Charlesfort built, lowrise condo building by the Canal.
This is a video ( done by homes by design) about the building with Barry Hobin and some of the owners: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujkuEwik0es.
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Inspired by the work of Charles Rennie MacIntosh, this top floor apartment at The Glassworks is a true open-concept loft with 17′ ceilings in the main living area. The back drop to the spaces are a 17 ft wall of massive windows and a large balcony for summer enjoyment. A kitchen with top of the line applainces ( including a “Wolf” cooktop ) , lots of grantie topped counter space and a circular granite table top counter for dining makes the space ideal for entertaining .
There is also a main floor den/bedroom with oversized walk in closet.
The upper level loft style master overlooks the main living spaces and has a double cloths closet and a full ensuite bathroom.
A huge storage room also houses the laundry and utilites.
One car parking and lots and lots of built in and storage in the unit. Applainces included.
Located such a short distance from the downtown core, within steps of the Canal for recreation and within easy access to the Queensway for commuting, the Glassworks is ideal for the sophisticated urban dweller.Walk everywhere and enjoy a diverse number of neighbourhoods all at your doorstep. Canal east- the Glebe-the Golden Triangle-Sandyhill and the Byward market all within walking distance. On a sunday walk down to Cafe Ninety 7 ( wwwcafeninety7.com ) and have an amazing brunch then stoll over to the Farmers Market at St.Pauls for all your fresh vegtables. On the way home stop by the new LCBO( just over Pretoria bridge) grab a nice bottle of wine and wander home to enjoy the treetop view from your private and large baclony. It’s a great life- Enjoy!
Glassworks is Charlesfort built , Hobin designed loft apartment building. The Glassworks was the recipient of a City of Ottawa Heritage Infill Award.The exterior of the low rise building is clad in clay brick and accented with metalwork.