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This 1 bedroom loft is as unique as you are. A modern loft featuring tasteful interiors, nestled in an incredible community: 506-138 St. Helens Ave.
This gorgeous 1 bedroom loft in Dufferin Grove boasts a quiet residential feel just a few blocks south of Bloor St. and Lansdowne Ave.
Walk into gorgeous wide-plank hardwood flooring and airy 9-feet high ceilings. Featuring a reclaimed brick wall and sliding doors to separate living spaces, there’s so much to revel in.
The kitchen boasts quartz countertop and backsplash, wood veneer/laminate cabinetry with accent upper doors, sleek Kohler fixtures, bottle storage and a designer seven piece Blomberg and AEG appliance package. The bathroom is modern, spacious, and includes a tub!
The floor plan is very functional and the loft feels spacious at 522 square feet, because every inch is well used. Storage options are great here from a front closet, a spacious bedroom closet, tall integrated cabinets and a locker.
Enjoy a TRUE bedroom and get soak in all the sunlight you and your plants desire. On warmer days enjoy the sun on the balcony!
Backing right onto MacGregor Playground, you’ll barely hear any traffic here. MacGregor Playground is a beautiful park with a ball diamond, field house, basketball court, firepit, wading pool and children’s playground. The community here is a real melting pot with young families, single working professionals, newcomers and people who have lived here a long time.
With the newly developing Sterling Road nearby, now is a great time to buy in this area. The neighbourhood will soon be Toronto’s new hub of art and design! MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art, is just steps away. “MOCA is an accessible, welcoming hub rooted and engaged in a culturally rich neighbourhood; it is here, through art, that you can feel the specialness of this invigorating and hyper-diverse city.”
The area around Bloor St. and Lansdowne Ave. is awesome to go thrifting, or walk and explore the neighbourhood’s big town feel.
Just 15 minutes from downtown, you have a bountiful variety of transit options. Lansdowne and Dufferin Stations on the Bloor-Danforth line, several buses and additional streetcars. On foot, the Bloor GO Station is less than 15 minutes away. It’s no surprise the transit score is 97! If you enjoy biking, this neighbourhood is a dream with a score of 100.
Enigma On The Park was developed in 202 by Aragon Properties Ltd. 138 St. Helens Avenue has only 86 units spread out over 7 stories. Residents can enjoy amenities such as the gym/fitness center, visitor parking, party room, rooftop deck/garden, BBQ area, along with a Security System. Monthly maintenance fees include Common Element and Building Insurance.
5 Things We Love
- Interior features include wide-plank hardwood flooring, a reclaimed brick wall, sliding doors to separate living spaces, and 9 feet high ceilings.
- The floor plan is very functional and although it’s 522 square feet it feels larger because every inch is well used.
- The amount of storage space is surprising; tall front hall closet, wide & spacious closet in the bedroom, floor to ceiling kitchen cabinets with integrated appliances.
- Bright and airy with light coloured floors and white cabinets and walls, the floor to ceiling windows and TRUE bedroom get tons of daylight – plant mama reference can go here . You can also step out onto the balcony to bask in the sun.
- The kitchen is impressive with a quartz countertop and backsplash, wood veneer/laminate cabinetry with accent upper doors, sleek Kohler fixtures, bottle storage, and a designer seven piece Blomberg and AEG appliance package. The standard finishes seem like upgrades.
About Dufferin Grove
The Dufferin Grove neighbourhood is both family and community-oriented, and with the convenient amenities that come from being downtown. Locally there is a major shopping centre, YMCA and schools, as well as great retail and restaurant offerings along Bloor, College and Dundas. And then there’s Dufferin Grove Park: considered the community centre without walls, most locals lovingly refer to the park as “their big back yard.”
This park is truly a model for what a community park should be. Year-round programming and staff. Ice rinks. Basketball courts. A Playground. There’s a resident theatre company that creates children-focused theatre in the summer months. The park is set up for wireless Internet usage. It hosts a hugely popular market. And finally, it has a brick pizza oven. A PIZZA OVEN! This kind of communal green space is invaluable to creating a sense of community, and it’s no wonder that Dufferin Grove is home to such a tight-knit group of neighbours, who regularly socialize in this neighbourhood’s playground.
The neighbourhood is also nearby the trendy Brockton Village and just steps to Little Portugal! You can walk or take a quick TTC trip to the hipster bars of Dundas West, Roncesvalles and Queen West.