“The Brownstones on Wallace” are a master-planned community of stacked townhouses consisting of 134 units in the hot and hip neighbourhood of the Junction Triangle in west-end Toronto, and were completed for registration in 2011.
It’s an urban living experience at its best, in an area just a few blocks north of Bloor Street and Symington Avenue, where this transforming hood has morphed from an area of industry into a residential community of townhouses and lofts.
Public transit on the Bloor–Danforth line and Go Station at Bloor and Dundas Street, offer easy access for travelling both downtown and to the airport.
This walkable hood has attracted both 1st time buyers and downsizing empty nesters looking for a creative- cool type of lifestyle. Called one of the fastest growing communities in west-end Toronto, vintage shops, fab eateries, cafes and bars as well as art galleries, are drawing new residents to the Junction Triangle.
Another plus is the close proximity to High Park, Bloordale, Bloor West Village, Junction and Roncesvalles shopping districts. The landmark West Toronto Railpath for cycling enthusiasts is a step away from the townhouses.
The Brownstones on Wallace are smart cosmopolitan stacked towns with adaptable floor plans. They offer 2 and 3 storey styles with patios or rooftop decks. The interior contemporary finishes include hardwood and ceramic flooring with carpeting in some of the bedrooms. The chef’s kitchen is equipped with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. They range from 2 bedrooms plus den to 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms, a 4-piece and 2-piece. Parking spaces are found underground.
*Recent sales since 2015 have seen 2 bedrooms selling from $489,000 to $600,000 and 3 bedrooms selling from $500,000 to $649,000. Interior finishes and upgrades will have an impact on value. (as per MLS stats)