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1410 Dupont St #501

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Property Style: Condo

Sq Ft: 871 sq ft

Parking: No

Walk Score: 85

Transit Score: 77

Taxes: $2,376.07 (2022)

Condo Fees: $623.43

Offer Date: Anytime

Side Represented: Seller

Locker: Owned (L3-71)

Sold Listing Price: $694,900

A Fuse(ion) of Urban Living in the Junction Triangle

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Spark up your next chapter of Toronto living in this 2-bed, 2-bath, light-drenched corner suite in the heart of the Junction Triangle. At 871 square feet, it fuses the perfect split-bedroom layout, vast open-concept living space, wrap-around balcony, TONS of natural light, and modern convenience at its core. Extra wide hallway, extra large beds and baths, extra large storage and extra amazing walk, transit and bike scores with a Shoppers and Food Basics steps from the elevator (no jacket required).

The door opens to a wide hallway with an over-size main closet, 3-piece bath and ensuite laundry. Step through to the wide open living space with two walls of windows bringing in light. The kitchen features granite countertops and glass tile backsplash, the open-concept living and dining rooms make the most of every square foot. High ceilings and tons of windows make it seem twice as big. The primary bedroom is very spacious — a Queen fits easily with room to spare — with a 4-piece ensuite and the second bedroom is all the way over on the other side of the condo maximizing space and privacy.

The wraparound balcony overlooks the courtyard and because it is a lower floor, the tracks are not seen and barely heard here. Unwind with a glass of wine after a busy day and take in all the beautiful greenery. 

About the Building 

Fuse condos, at the northwest corner of Dupont St and Lansdowne, sits in the heart of the Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction area smack dab in the middle of the Junction Triangle. It’s a high-rise loft building built in 2017 with amenities including a media room, meeting room, rec room, bike storage BBQ area, concierge, gym, visitor parking, rooftop deck and party room. Located a short walk from Defina Wood Fired and all of the eclectic shops and eateries along Dupont west it’s got some funk in its step. And for the more basic of creature comforts, there is a Shoppers Drug Mart and Food Basics at street level in the building.

5 Things We Love

  1. The Perfect Layout – split bedroom floor plan with a wraparound balcony and a wide open concept living space makes this condo the envy of other 2-beds on the market
  2. A Bright Future – a corner unit with windows at every turn bringing in LOTS of natural light 
  3. A Location That Adds Up – with a 85 walk score, 77 transit score and 84 bike score the location is 100% urban at its core
  4. Convenience at its Core – in the middle of a recipe and missing an ingredient? Wake up with a sore throat? Just take the elevator down to the ground floor and step out to Shoppers and Food Basics. You don’t even need a coat
  5. Everything is Extra – extra wide hallways, extra large bedrooms, extra large living space and extra large storage

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About Wallace Emerson

Touted as the “Next West Queen West” Wallace Emerson is a neighbourhood that has evolved–and continues to evolve–from working-class roots to expensive tastes. It’s a formerly low-income neighbourhood with traditionally Portuguese, Italian, and Korean, influences. In recent years it has become home to more avant-garde establishments and an influx of first-time home buyers who have supercharged the demand for real estate in the area by investing in modern upgrades and artistic, eye-catching finishes that make many homes in the Wallace Emerson neighbourhood stand out places for anyone to live.

Streets in the Wallace Emerson area are generally narrower than other areas of the city. The plethora of laneways offer quiet–or busy–passage from one ‘neck of these woods’ to the next – depending on which one you choose. A reflection of the area’s mixed-use landscape, Wallace Emerson combines grit with quiet, arty, glamour. Homes that look traditional on the outside are often filled with sleek new minimalist kitchen renovations, wide hardwood flooring, electric fireplaces and quirky finishes unique to the owner’s individual tastes. Local condos and loft conversions also mix old-with-new and offer a variety of options for people looking for funky alternatives.

The Wallace Emerson Community centre on Dufferin, South of Dupont (slated for redevelopment and expansion), provides an ideal outlet for the neighbourhood. Swimming facilities, gym, and games rooms are available for use year-round. Outside tennis courts and ice rinks are attractions for local families and house leagues. The pride of the community can be seen in its embrace of this centre and the locals who cherish it.

The overall vibe of Wallace Emerson is casual, artistic, culturally-rich, and hip. It is a neighbourhood that excels at the art of variety. Tattoo parlours, daycares, wig shops, greasy spoons, upscale pubs, and local specialty shops coexist in harmony. Busy Bloor street sits comfortably beside quiet parkettes and unassuming residential side streets. Gone are the days when the area was considered a ‘diamond in the rough’, but there are still ‘hidden gems’ to be found within this diverse and unique area of Toronto real estate.

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