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183 Dovercourt Road 311
A home as unique as you are
Originally built as the Ideal Bread Company in 1919, the facade was designed in an Edwardian Classical style that has endured since the 2007 conversion to the Argyle Lofts. This heritage building is full of charming details but has been modernized for the discerning buyer, creating the perfect marriage of old world charm and modern sophistication. This is truly a one-of-a-kind loft.
By the Numbers
Taxes 4434.69 (2017)
Maintenance fee 841.34
(includes heat, water, central air conditioning, building insurance, and common elements)
About the Home
1x4 (main), 1x4 (second) bathrooms
1310 square feet (as per MPAC)
More to Know
Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer, all electrical light fixtures, all window coverings (not yet installed)
|2nd||Living room||10.17 x 16.33 ft||Broadloom, overlooks dining room, walk-in closet|
|Main||Dining room||10.82 x 16.33 ft||Hardwood floor, open concept, open stairs|
|Main||Kitchen||17.38 x 14.37 ft||Hardwood floor, family-sized kitchen, centre island|
|Main||Office||7.31 x 7.22 ft||Open concept, hardwood floor|
|Main||Second bedroom||10.17 x 12.63 ft||Walk-in closet, broadloom||Upper||Master bedroom||11.28 x 12.46 ft||Walk-in closet, ensuite bath, double closet|
The neighbourhood.Beaconsfield is popular with members of Toronto's arts community who have gradually migrated westward along Queen Street to the unique and funky houses and studios found in this neighbourhood. The colourful shopping district on Dundas Street West features an eclectic mix of Portuguese markets, established cafes, and emerging restaurants. Queen Street West is home to a mix of boutique clothing stores, art galleries, and artisanal restaurants and bakeries. In the day, residents can be found biking and jogging in Trinity-Bellwoods Park, and at night, the scene comes alive in local haunts like The Drake Hotel, the Gladstone Hotel, and bars along Ossington Avenue.
The Argyle Lofts sit on the former site of the Ideal Bread Factory, constructed in 1919 by Montreal architect Sydney Comber. The 5-storey building is an excellent example of Edwardian classical style applied to an industrial building. Additions to the north along Dovercourt in 1923 and 1933 were also designed by Comber. In use as a bakery until 1957, this building was converted to residential lofts in 2007. The factory clock still remains above the front entrance. Original architectural and engineering drawings for the building can be found in the Toronto Archives.
Transit.With a transit score of 98, 183 Dovercourt Road is within walking distance to both the 505 Dundas streetcar and the 501 Queen streetcar. Both run east to subway stations connecting to Line 1. As well, the 63 Ossington bus, a few blocks away, runs north and south along Ossington Avenue, connecting to Line 2 at Ossington station.
Public Schools Catchment.Givins/Shaw Junior Public School (GR. JK-05), 49 Givins Street.
Alexander Muir/Gladstone Ave Junior and Senior Public School (GR. JK-08), 108 Gladstone Avenue.
É Élém Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau (GR. JK-06), 65 Grace Street.
Parkdale Collegiate Institute (GR. 09-12), 209 Jameson Avenue.
ÉS Toronto Ouest (GR. 07-12), 330 Lansdowne Avenue.
Central Technical School (GR. 09-12), 725 Bathurst Street.
Central Toronto Academy (GR. 09-12), 570 Shaw Street.
Catholic Schools Catchment.Pope Francis Catholic School (GR. JK-08), 319 Ossington Avenue.
ÉÉC du Sacré-Coeur-Toronto (GR. JK-06), 25 Linden Street.
ÉSC Saint-Frère-André (GR. 07-12), 330 Lansdowne Avenue.
Mary Mother of God School (GR. JK-12), 1515 Queen Street West.
St. Mary Catholic Academy (GR. 09-12), 66 Dufferin Park Avenue.
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Broker with Royal LePage Connect Realty
311 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6R 2M6
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416 588 5784 direct