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    Trinity Bellwoods

About the Property


This authentic conversion loft has it all: a prime Trinity Bellwoods location, over 850 sqft of interior lofty space, a bonus 200 sqft private terrace with south city views–all in one of Toronto’s most exclusive buildings.

Top 10 Reasons to this Loft:

  1. It has a wood-burning fireplace.  I can’t think of a better way to spend these bitter cold nights than snuggled up in front of a crackling fire.

  2. It has a 200 sqft private rooftop terrace with views of the CN Tower. We hate that most Toronto’s lofts don’t have private outdoor space; here, you can BBQ to your heart’s content.

  3. It’s not a boring condo box: 11 foot ceilings, industrial steel & wire railings, big bold windows…this isn’t Grandma’s condo.

  4. The spacious and functional layout: With separate but connected living and dining areas and a smart kitchen floor plan, the space works equally well for entertaining or binge watching a season of House of Cards The second storey master bedroom provides privacy for when you need a little away time from your spouse.

  5. Authentic loft features and character: Steel beams. Exposed ductwork. And some cool stuff we don’t even know the names of.

  6. Brand new bright and shiny appliances. Brand new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and a new washer/dryer are just waiting for you to break them in.

  7. Creative storage solutions that’ll save you a trip to IKEA: A custom wardrobe with all the bells and whistles in the bedroom, built-in bookshelves and cupboards, an actual linen closet and vanity storage in the bathroom AND a storage locker. Accumulate much? We’ve got you covered.

  8. Private parking in the underground garage. Not that you’ll really need a car in this ‘hood.

  9. Location, Location, Location. You’re just minutes away from the shops of Queen West, the Dundas West restaurant scene, Trinity Bellwoods Park and 24-hour transit….BUT…you’re on a quiet tree-lined street.

  10. Some famous people live in the building. But no, we’re not going to tell you who.


About Oxford Lofts

Oxford Lofts, a former picture frame factory, was transformed by famous loft pioneer Robert Mitchell in one of Toronto’s early hard loft conversions. With only 16 suites, a prime location and serious heritage cred, this is the real deal.

Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood

Something for Everyone.


Late last year, Vogue named the strip of Queen street (between Bathurst and Gladstone) the second hippest district in the world – and who are we to argue with Vogue?

Whether you love this area’s bohemian characteristics (drum circle, anyone?), its hipster cred (there are a LOT of skinny jeans nearby) or you’re drawn to the easy access to everyday conveniences, there’s something for everyone in Trinity Bellwoods. There are galleries, book shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants and even a local brewpub (Bellwoods Brewery). A wicked Loblaws (complete with a wall of cheese) is just a 7-minute walk away and if you prefer a Venti to a locally-brewed cup of java, there’s a Starbucks just .4 km away.

And then there’s the coolness of Dundas West’s exploding bar and restaurant scene.. And Kensington Market. All close by.

We’d be remiss not to mention the parks. While Oxford Lofts’ closest green space is neighbouring Alexandra park, dogs rejoice at living just minutes away from the 37-acre Trinity Bellwoods Park, arguably the best dog park in Toronto, complete with a dedicated off-leash dog bowl.

Whether you TTC, bike or walk to work, commuting is a breeze.

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