When a house such as 2-375 Cooper Street becomes available it's like being let in on a super exclusive secret. Custom crafted loft spaces are abundant in the likes of Manhattan or Toronto for a pretty penny - the opportunity to seize a coolly converted factory space in the nation's capital doesn't come around often. Design elements here are anything but standard - distinctive materials form robust details that hint at the 1950's glass factory that used to call this address home. On the outside, an unassuming facade maintains the desirable effect of discretion often wished for in a centre-town dwelling. Elemental brown brick and cement walkway fuse with modern glass and black metal accents to create a decidedly neo-modernist feel - the stage is set for what's to come. Inside, an unembellished entry hall turns up the functional factor with this ingenious feature: ceramic tiles hold a built-in drain and the long composite glass wall houses a hidden hose unit. Mind: blown. Four legged friends, mud-splattered and salt-stained boots - Canada's unpredictable elements are no match for this crowd pleaser. The greeting in the space beyond presents a bold wow factor - a stunning compilation of oversized ceramic tile, concrete, and stylish glass block walls are topped with a seemingly endless bank of skylights. It's a celebration of natural light and architectural innovation. The striking minimal layout unfolds taking with it functional touches - radiant heat flooring throughout keeps co Listing Provided By: The Real Estate Book -Charles Sezlik,Royal LePage Team Realty - Carling at 6137446697 .
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