Just the Facts
September 13, 2017
About the Property
The Greatest Loft Conversion Since Sliced Bread? 183 Dovercourt, #403
Welcome home to 183 Dovercourt, #403.
Built as The Ideal Bread Company, in 1919, this heritage building was converted into dream-worthy loft units in 2007 and renamed the Argyle Lofts.
Rarely available, for-sale units in the Argyle Lofts only surface an average of 6 times a year and stay on the market an average of only 10 days.
It’s easy to see why the Argyle Lofts are such hot commodity, and this unit is no exception.
With its soaring arched windows (hello, natural light), beautiful south facing cityscape views, gleaming hardwood flooring, high ceilings, exposed ductwork, minimalist colour palette, stainless steel appliances, and functional 1 bedroom + den + bathroom layout, this is the type of loft that makes anyone swoon!
We love it so much, in fact, that we’ve compiled a list of things we love (warning: it’s long).
Things we LOVE
● 1 bedroom + Den + 1 Bath
● Feels much larger than 657 sq feet
● High Ceilings
● Stainless steel appliances
● Hardwood flooring and exposed ductwork
● Arched windows
● Loads of natural light with awesome southfacing Toronto cityscape views
● Excellent location a quiet and treelined street that’s also right in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods area
● Located steps to West Queen West, Parkdale, and Liberty village amazing restaurants, cafes, culture, nightlife, shopping, and entertainment
As a resident, at the heart of your neighbourhood is Trinity Bellwoods Park. A sprawling 32-acre green space, complete with towering trees, tennis courts, and a baseball diamond, that plays hostess-of-the-mostest to ‘social butterflies’ around the city. It also played ‘home’ to the infamous ‘white squirrel’, a famous albino squirrel who became a mascot for the Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood. With its unicorn-like mystique the white squirrel’s natural passing was such a blow that it made city newspapers and headlined blogs across Toronto. You’ve come to terms with it though, for White Squirrel Coffee Shop lives-on preserving the life of the since-gone neighbourhood ‘pet’ while serving you quality americanos, sandwiches, and tasty treats.
Style and convenience merge at the Argyle Lofts located smack-dab between West Queen West, Parkdale, Ossington, and Dovercourt.
It’s easy to see why this is a highly sought after, and widely coveted, building.
Units within the Argyle Lofts have high ceilings, exposed ductwork, arched windows (that flood each space with natural light), minimalist and calming colour palette, amazing city views, and overall historical-meets-modern charm that you can’t find ‘just anywhere’.
Steps to anything, and everything, a Torontonian could desire this is a building that will continue to stand the tests of time located in a neighbourhood that follows suit.