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2 Bed 

1 Bath

1 Locker



The epitome of charm and modern luxury, this two-bedroom gem is nestled on a quiet street within walking distance to the city's best neighbourhoods

Finding everything you desire in a condo can be challenging, but we might just have it all right here. This bright and contemporary loft, boasting two bedrooms and constructed just 4 years ago, is tucked away on a tranquil street adjacent to MacGregor Park. The striking exterior of the building is just the beginning of its charm. Once inside, you'll appreciate the well-thought-out floor plan and the meticulous attention to detail in the finishes. Premium pre-engineered Scandinavian-style flooring, an exposed brick wall, high ceilings, and oversized windows flood the unit with sunlight and offer breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Toronto skyline. The kitchen is sleek and modern, featuring clean lines and integrated refrigerator and dishwasher for a seamless minimalist design. A gas cooktop, a seldom-found luxury in condominiums, enhances the allure for aspiring chefs. The den is enclosed and spacious enough to serve as a second bedroom and the primary bedroom easily accommodates a queen-size bed with ample space for bedside tables and movement. As the saying goes, all that's required is to simply move in...


Building Amenities: 

Bike Storage, Exercise Room, Party/Meeting Room, Rooftop Deck/Garden, Visitor Parking


Microwave, Gas Stovetop, Hoodvent, Built in Oven, Built in Fridge, Built in Dishwasher, Curtains in Bedroom. 

Sellers are willing to sell furniture at an additional cost.   


The Neighbourhood

Dufferin Grove

Time Out Magazine has recognized it as the 39th coolest neighborhood globally, urging visitors to explore its charms. Dotted with delightful coffee shops, trendy eateries, and a plethora of independent stores, this area is on the rise. Bounded by Bloor Street West to the north, Ossington Ave to the east, College Street to the south, and Dufferin Street to the west, it's making a name for itself among renowned neighborhoods like Trinity-Bellwoods, West Queen West, and Roncesvalles.

Cygnet Coffee 

650m, 9 min walk

No Frills

500m, 7 min walk

MacGregor Park 

53m, 1 min walk

Lansdowne Subway or

Bloor UP/GO

9 -14 min walk




In simpler terms, "sugo" refers to the unforgettable tomato sauce that forms the base for many Italian dishes. Just like the restaurant named after it, owned by Alex Wallen, Connor Joerin, and Scott Pennock, this spot in Bloordale keeps things simple.

According to Wallen, who manages the front of the house, the trio wanted this restaurant to have a down-to-earth vibe, inspired by their love for veal sandwiches. After a week of exploring old-school eateries in NYC and Brooklyn, they aimed to recreate their favorite dishes like spaghetti pomodoro, stuffed peppers, veal sandwiches, and classic caprese salad.

This cozy spot doesn't take reservations and offers about 20 seats scattered around the room, along with a foosball table to add to the nostalgic atmosphere. Grab a Moretti or Castello beer, maybe a Brio or espresso, and chat with the owners while they work their magic.  A neighbourhood  must-try!


Little Portugal 

This lively and trendy district is packed with a variety of unique bars, some of the city’s best restaurants, independent shops, and authentic family-owned Portuguese bakeries. Historically home to individuals of Portuguese descent, it has become increasingly multicultural. If you happen to be here in June, don't overlook the Dundas West Fest—an annual street celebration featuring music, delicious food, dancing, and art.


Roncesvalles effortlessly captivates both your heart and your taste buds with its quaint European ambiance. Brimming with family-owned cafes and shops, this area invites you to wander through its charming boutiques, where you'll be tempted by the delightful scents emanating from local bakeries.



Sorauren Farmers Market - 50 Wabash Ave

Craving fresh, local produce even during Toronto's colder months? Head to the Sorauren Farmers' Market! This vibrant market pops up indoors for the winter at Henderson Brewing Company every other Monday until mid-May. Perfect for enjoying a post-shopping brew! Once summer arrives, the market moves outdoors, kicking off the outdoor season on May 20. Find the freshest seasonal ingredients and support local farmers year-round! 

Museum Of Contemporary Art

showcased the works of more than 1,100 Canadian and international artists, curated over 200 exhibitions, and attracted 40,000 annual visitors. In September 2018, the museum transitioned to the Tower Automotive Building. Renamed the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) in 2016, it moved into a 55,000-square-foot facility in the renovated Lower Junction district in September 2018. 

Dufferin Grove Park

Located on Dufferin Street just south of Bloor Street West, this expansive 5.3-hectare park boasts a dense, mature forest canopy. The park offers a range of amenities including a multipurpose sports field, basketball court, picnic area, wading pool, children's playground, and reflexology footpath. Situated at the north end of the park is the Dufferin Grove Park Artificial Ice Rink and Clubhouse.

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