"Historic Charm Meets Supreme Cool. Circa 1903 Detached 2-Storey Brick Laneway Coach House On Crawford St. (College/Ossington Area) Approx. 1000 Sf Of Bright Open Concept Space Ideal For Studio/Residential. Original Wood Floors/Stairs/Board & Batten Carriage Doors. Updated Floor To Ceiling Custom Windows/Shutters. Handcrafted Ceramic Bathroom Mural. Includes 500 Sf Roof Deck W/Panoramic View Of City, Balcony On 2nd Floor & 120 Sf Shed. A Rare Find! **** EXTRAS **** Inclusions: All Elfs, Window Covs, Stove, 2 Fridges, Freezer, Washer/Dryer, Large Clothes Cupboard, Bbq, All Garden Furniture & Accessories. Furnace (2008), Oil Tank (2004), Windows (2007). Exclusions: 3 Roof Gates, Dragon Door Handle"
"517A CRAWFORD ST., TORONTO. ASKING PRICE: $489,900. For the past 24 years, this has been artist Barbara Klunder’s work studio and pied-à-terre when she needs a crash pad downtown. Over the years, Ms. Klunder – known as the creative force behind the visuals of 1980s hot spot the BamBoo club on Queen Street West – added to this home’s cool and funky character. But she strove to do so in a way that honoured the fact that the building was originally a 1903 “horse garage,” as she calls it, for a nearby farm. “I really liked the brick walls and the basics of this house,” she said.