TH2-39 Old Brewery Lane


Condo Townhouse | 2 + 2 Bedroom + 2 Washroom

MLS #C7333154

The Details

Crafting History into Home

A historical edifice reborn, it once held a turn-of-the-century malthouse, and today, it stands as an enduring testament to design elegance, expertly intertwining the revered past with the 21st-century! This secluded residence spans over 1,400 square feet, enhanced by a 340 square foot rooftop terrace topped with stunning unobstructed views. Step through your private entrance to find a space where every detail is carefully crafted, including a meticulously designed chef’s kitchen, subtle hints of exposed brick, piano-style staircases, a centre skylight and 10-foot lofty heights melding historical magic with contemporary swagger. Beyond the generous living space are two secluded bedrooms, double-flex spaces, Pinterest-worthy washrooms, and a huge walk-in closet, showcasing the home’s adaptable and effortless design! Forget your long commutes – situated on two priority streetcar routes, between two planned Ontario Line stations and effortless access to the Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway, and Bayview Extension! An easy 2-kilometre walk to the Financial District plus the trendy neighbourhoods of Leslieville, Distillery and St. Lawrence Market around the corner! Its Victorian exterior, a display of classic brickwork, is a relic of the Don Brewery, a structure born from the architectural minds of Smith & Gemmell in 1876 and converted into TEN loft-style townhomes in 2006. Consider altering the third-floor walk-in closet to a third bedroom; the lower level is perfect for a roommate or family member!

Your home should tell a story of who you are and be a collection of what you love.

Property particulars


TH2-39 Old Brewery Lane

List Price - $1,349,000

Bayview Avenue & Queen Street East

Condo Townhouse

Two + Two Bedrooms

Two Washrooms

One Parking Space

One Storage Locker

Western Exposure

1,415 Interior Square Feet

340 Square Feet Rooftop Terrace

Maintenance Fee - $832

Property Taxes - $4,189 / 2022

MLS Reference - C7333154


  • Bosch Refrigerator
  • Bosch Dishwasher
  • Wolf Induction Cooktop
  • Bosch Oven
  • Sirius Hood Fan
  • Dining Room Built-In Sideboard
  • Miele High-Efficiency Washer & Dryer
  • Built-In Closet Organizer(s)
  • Bathroom Mirror(s)
  • Natural Gas BBQ Hookup (Rooftop)
  • Water Hose Bib (Rooftop)
  • Nest Thermostat
  • Furnace (Owned – 2006)
  • Air Conditioner (Owned – 2019)
  • One Parking Space
  • One Storage Locker


  • Primary Bedroom Light Fixture
  • Drapery In Living Room & Bedroom(s)

Rental Items

  • Hot Water Tank
  • High Efficiency, Large Volume Tank (2017)
  • Monthly Fee: $59.92


The Building


The Malthouse Lofts:
Building Insider

Developer - Inaugural Source Homes

Number of Storeys - 1

Number of Units - 10

Year Built - 2005

Property Management

Self Managed


  • Rooftop Terrace
  • BBQs Allowed
  • Security System

Walk score


Transit score


Bike score


The Neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Welcome To

Tucked away in the heart of Toronto’s Lower East Side lies Corktown, a dynamic enclave known for its vibrant culinary scene, lush green spaces, and a sense of community peppered with local shops, markets and eateries. The neighbourhood bridges the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s downtown core and the relaxed pace of riverside, Leslieville, and the Beach to the East.

Among the standouts are Corktown Commons Park, the historic Distillery District, Brickworks, Pam McConnell Aquatic Centre, local farmers’ markets, and the shops and eateries of King and Queen.

Circumventing predictable descriptors reveals a dynamic landscape where the lively energy of a metropolitan existence blends with the comforts of a real-deal neighbourhood. Corktown offers an eclectic mix of restaurants catering to various palates. Each eatery, unique in its offerings, showcases the neighbourhood’s diversity. From avant-garde gastronomic experiences to comfort food that warms the soul, Corktown’s dining scene is a testament to Toronto’s multicultural ethos. Local hot spots include Gusto 501, White Lilly Diner (Michelin Bib Gourmand), Bonjour Brioche, Lady Marmalade, Impact Kitchen, Rosebud, Tabule and Sukho Thai.

The coffee culture in Corktown is as robust as the espresso served in its numerous cafes. Darkhorse Coffee and Boxcar Social are local favourites, standing out with an artisanal approach to coffee-making.

For local provisions, Roselle Desserts and Blackbird Bakery satisfy your baking needs; Butchers of Distinction is, as the name suggests, Hooked carries the day’s fresh catch, and Leslieville Cheese Market reflects a commitment to quality.

Green spaces and dog parks are the heart and soul of Corktown, offering residents a verdant escape from the urban sprawl. Paths wind through this part of the city, inviting joggers, cyclists, and dog walkers to revel in the beauty of nature within the city’s confines, including Corktown Commons, Riverdale Park and the multi-purpose trails running along the Don River.

The neighbourhood’s commitment to health and wellness is evident in its plethora of fitness centres and leisure activities. Whether it’s yoga in the park or a high-intensity workout in a local gym, Corktown offers myriad ways to stay fit. Trendy studios include Lift Corktown, Body & Soul Fitness and RND Athletics.

Farmers’ markets, such as the Underpass Market on Thursdays and the vibrant Brickworks on Saturdays, are community staples in Corktown. These markets offer fresh, local produce and serve as social hubs where neighbours meet, chat, and bond over a shared love for quality and sustainability. The Leslieville market, a Greenwood Sunday affair, adds to this abundance of local commerce and community interaction. engagement. Additionally, the local shops in Corktown are part of the neighbourhood’s hidden discoveries. From the Butchers of Distinction, the Leslieville Cheese Market or the sweetness of Soma Chocolate, these establishments reflect the commitment to quality and artisanal craftsmanship in this neck of the woods!

Transit in Corktown is a well-oiled machine, ensuring seamless connectivity to the rest of Toronto. The efficiency and coverage of the transit system make the neighbourhood an ideal place for those who seek the convenience of urban living without the hassle of long commutes, including easy access to King & Queen Streetcar, the Bayview Extension, Rosedale Valley Road, DVP & Gardiner Expressway. Bonus? The planned Ontario Line and Corktown station will be at Parliament & Front Street East!

With its blend of urban sophistication, community warmth and rich architectural heritage, Corktown stands out as a microcosm of Toronto’s diversity and vibrancy – a place everyone and anyone could effortlessly call home (we certainly could)!

Transit options

Commute to Union Station
  • 23 Minutes by Car
    (12 mins on a Wednesday Night)
  • 30 Minutes by Transit
  • 14 Minutes by Bike
Rail Lines
  • 501 Queen St
  • 504 King
  • 505 Dundas
Bus Lines
  • 65 Parliament
  • 506 Carlton


Private Schools
  • Branksome Hall
  • Howlett Academy
  • Liberty Prep School
  • Montcrest School
  • The Bishop Strachan School
  • The Rosedale Day School
Public Schools
  • Central Technical School
  • Jarvis Collegiate Institute
  • Nelson Mandela Park Public School
French Schools
  • Dundas Junior Public School
  • Queen Alexandra Middle School
  • Winchester Junior and Senior Public School

Restaurants & Cocktails

  • Ardo Restaurant
  • Chick Wings
  • El Catrin Destileria
  • Fran’s Restaurant
  • Fusilli Ristorante
  • Il Ponte Cucina Italiana
  • Impact Kitchen
  • Joey
  • Johnny G’s Cafe
  • Kibo Sushi House
  • Krystos Modern Greek Cuisine
  • La Carnita
  • Liberty Shawarma
  • Migente Cocina Toronto
  • New Town Restaurant
  • Riverside Burgers
  • Souk Tabule
  • Subway
  • Tabule Middle Eastern Cuisine
  • The Bullger Burger & Steak
  • Urban House
  • Wendy’s
  • White Lily Diner
  • Gusto 504
  • The Rosebud
  • Impact Kitchen
  • Reyna on King
  • Ladybug Wine Bar
  • Terroni Sud Forno
  • EST
  • Goods and Provisions
  • Ascari
  • Greta Solomon
  • Avling
  • Slowhand Pizza
  • The Aviary
  • Leslieville Pumps
  • Cluny
  • Cafe ZUZU
  • Oji Sechi
  • The Greater Good

Groceries & Libations

  • Aisle 24 Market
  • Anne Grocery
  • B-A Grocery and Variety
  • Corner Mart
  • Daisy Mart
  • Food Basics
  • FreshCo
  • Galaxy Fresh Foods
  • Loblaws
  • No Frills
  • Rabba Fine Foods
  • Sarker Grocery
  • Star Fruit Market
  • Butchers of Distribution
  • Hooked
  • Leslieville Cheese Market

Coffee & Bakeries

  • Arena Coffee Bar
  • Arvo Coffee
  • Bevy
  • Dark Horse Espresso Bar
  • Jimmy’s Coffee
  • Mos Mos Coffee
  • Neo Coffee Bar
  • Rooster Coffee House
  • Sumach Espresso
  • The Black Canary Espresso Bar
  • Tim Hortons

Fitness & Health

  • 6S Fitness+
  • All Day Fit
  • Anytime Fitness
  • BFT Canary District
  • Body + Soul Fitness
  • Dan North Fitness
  • Dwell Gym
  • F45 Training
  • Fortis Fitness
  • Hone Fitness
  • Innovative Fitness Toronto
  • La Femme Strong
  • MedX Precision Fitness
  • Move Fitness Club
  • OBF Gyms
  • Parliament Street Fitness
  • Primal Gym
  • Training Lane
  • Lift
  • RND

Parks & Greenspace

  • Corktown Common
  • Joel Weeks Park
  • Percy Park
  • Riverdale Park East
  • Riverdale Park West
  • St. James Park
  • Underpass Park

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