70 High Park Avenue located in Toronto's High Park/Bloor West Village area. Daniel's built condo overtop of a Historic Church site, with the lobby featuring the original church floor. Beautiful features and amazing unobstructed views of High Park. Steps to the Park, subway and Bloor West Village shopping district.
383 Ellis Park Rd. located on the border of High Park and steps to the bustling Bloor West Village shops, restaurants and café's. Garden sized terraces that blend with nature, with treetop views over High Park. Intimate and stylish low-rise building in an incredibly unique location. A really urban feel with a contemporary design. Starbucks cafe on the main level for your convenience! A really great spot for the neighbourhood coffee lovers to sit at the outside patio and socialize.
"Twenty Gothic" in High Park
20 Gothic Avenue located on a prime residential street just a short stroll to High Park, the subway and awesome Bloor West Village shopping. Monarch built "upscale" low rise with a unique contemporary design and fabulous upgrades and amenities. High Park is almost in your backyard and it's a very relaxing feeling with so much greenery surrounding the building.
"High Park" Lofts
437 Roncesvalles Avenue located in the High Park/Roncesvalles Village area. Trendy & hip shops, restaurants, transportation and the park all within walking distance. Toronto's 1st Geothermal condo building! An impressive landmark for the area with unique architectural details throughout such as a spectacular 80 ft. garden Atrium and rooftop terrace with great city views. Vibrant and thriving neighbourhood!
"High Park Garage" Lofts
119 & 121 Fermanagh Ave. located in vibrant Roncesvalles Village. A century building that was converted into 4 freehold lofts with awesome space both inside and out. Features exposed brick walls, steel beams, heated concrete flooring, private courtyards and treetop decks.
"Robert Watson" Lofts
363 Sorauren Avenue located in the High Park/Roncesvalles Village locale. A great Toronto Vintage loft conversion with both "authentic" lofts in the original portion & "soft" lofts in the newly built section. This building was originally a candy factory and was owned by the namesake "Robert Watson". This wonderful conversion has all of the coveted features such as exposed brick walls and wooden beamed ceilings. There is also a landscaped courtyard for relaxing and outdoor entertaining. This is a rare opportunity to own a true loft in the city of Toronto.
1 Ripley Avenue located in Swansea/Bloor West Village. A luxurious building just minutes from the Village shops and close to highway transportation. Many of the suites have panoramic views of the Lake and it's common to also have gas fireplaces and upgrades. A beautiful and welcoming lobby as you enter the building. Walk to the popular Cheese Boutique also on Ripley with their awesome gourmet foods and guest chefs visiting on the weekend. It's no surprise that residents love to stay in this building!
South Kingsway Village
20, 22 & 24 Southport Streetlocated in the Swansea/Bloor West Village. These 3 well maintained buildings are reasonably priced and more spacious than you'll find in newer condos. They are really great value for the square footage and offer a variety of floor plans. Full recreational facilities are available with a manned gate house entry that makes for a safe and private lifestyle. The neighbourhood offers everything from walking to the lake and the Martin Goodman trails, bus at your door step to the Bloor subway line, street car on the Queensway, Bloor West Village shopping and a short walk to High Park.
Gothic Heritage Estates
32 Gothic Avenue located in the High Park neighbourhood on one of its prime residential streets. This unique building is an original area mansion that was built in 1907 for the first mayor of west Toronto. This restored heritage building gives you the opportunity to live in a Heritage property while enjoying the latest of modern luxuries in one of Toronto's most desirable locations. This handsome heritage mansion offers 7 unique, and custom designed suites. Each residence features either a private courtyard or a terrace with stunning High Park views, elegant original architectural features, soaring ceilings, authentic period details and upscale finishes. This incredible location gives you High Park practically in your backyard, and mere steps to the High Park/Quebec Ave. subway entrance on the Bloor line. Stroll up the street to the Bloor West Village and take in all the great shops, markets, restaurants and cafés.
St. John's Place Lofts
1 St. John's Rd. located in the High Park neighbourhood, just south of Dundas Street West. These hard lofts were converted from a Better Business Bureau office building in 2000. This small and intimate building with 15 lofts range in size from 700 square feet to almost 1,800. Their contemporary layouts offer high ceilings and large windows with some having exposed brick and terraces. These lofts are in a great location within walking distance of The Junction, a hip shopping district with organic markets and galleries. Popular Bloor West Village with its European shops, cafes, bakeries and eateries are also within walking distance. It's also an easy walk to transportation.
Abby Church Lofts
384 Sunnyside Avenue located in the High Park/Roncesvalles community. This stunning loft conversion started as a 1911 neo-Gothic church. This 24 unit loft development in Toronto is just breathtaking to view with its 90 foot church tower. The limestone walls and stone cladding have been unchanged for nearly a century. The Abby Lofts retained the three original wood church doors, exposed brick walls, arched stained glass windows and doors, high ceilings, open atrium styled space, open concept designs and outside living with a terrace. The interior character is unmatched and is just full of architectural history. This location is a short distance to High Park, The Boulevard Club, Argonaut Rowing Club, Martin Goodman Trails along Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto.
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