Claremont Hall Lofts at 34 Claremont St, Toronto 0
Claremont Hall Lofts at 34 Claremont St, Toronto 1

Claremont Hall Lofts

34 Claremont St, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
Size Range
525 sqft
Age Of Building
25 years

Once the large hall of a 1950’s church building, this old stonework structure was transformed into modern Toronto lofts in 1996. Found on a residential street just north of Queen Street West, Claremont Hall Lofts is one of the first luxury loft residences in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood.
This authentic loft-conversion building features 13 Trinity Bellwoods condos for sale and for rent with solid masonry work, glass block, maple floors, and slate finishes. Suite sizes range from cozy studios to larger one-bedroom open-concept layouts, all of which enjoy a warming fireplace, private deck or terrace, and access to a parking space. With lots of sunlight and up to 13-foot ceilings, Claremont Hall Lofts is an ideal space for established professionals seeking a live/work situation in a trendy Toronto neighbourhood.
Residents will enjoy an exciting array of vintage shops, galleries, top bars and restaurants, plus convenient TTC access along Queen Street and Trinity Bellwoods Park within walking distance.

Most Notable Features
Excellent location: Claremont Hall Lofts has a spectacular location, just a five-minute walk from Queen Street West and Trinity Bellwoods Park. You can dine at Terroni, browse for vinyl at Rotate This, or hangout in the summer sun with friends. Your options for easy and nearby adventures are endless.
Soundproof walls: One thing about these West End condos that stands out is the thick construction of the brickwork walls, which allows for complete soundproofing between units. Making them that much more ideal for a live/work residence, it also means you can have fun without the worry of bothering your neighbours.
Outdoor space: Although you are very close to the park, it can be nice to have your own private outdoor space, too. Luckily for residents at Claremont Hall Lofts, the upper units have secluded sundecks, and the ground-floor units enjoy walkout garden patios.

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BBQ Permitted
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
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Avg. Price per Sqft : $0/sqft

Based on 2 recent sales at 34 Claremont St, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $5.52/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 34 Claremont St, Toronto

Area Comparison : -100.0%

Avg. days on Market : 5 days

At the Claremont Hall Lofts

Sales Volume : #2

Condos sold at Claremont Hall Lofts within the past twelve months

Rental Volume : #1

Condos rented at Claremont Hall Lofts within the past twelve months

About 34 Claremont St, Toronto

Trinity Bellwoods is a special inner-city neighbourhood found along Queen Street to the south and Dundas Street to the north between Dovercourt and Bathurst. It has been recognized in recent years for its trendy and youthful character, focused around the prominent Trinity Bellwoods Park, an indoor and outdoor community recreation space with everything from swimming pools to idyllic picnic spots.
The area has more than 160 restaurants to explore, such as Smoque N Bones for delicious Southern BBQ, and Oyster Boy for seafood lovers, plus a wide range of cafes, bars, and clubs. Residents can enjoy a day of boutique shopping along Queen Street West, or stop at a local bakery in Little Portugal. Queen West is home to the largest concentration of art galleries in Toronto, including Artscape Youngplace, a community cultural hub devoted to artistic inspiration. Residents are also very close to Kensington Market, Chinatown, and Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Nearby grocery stores include a variety of small markets along Dundas and Queen Street, plus there is a larger Metro on College Street and Loblaws at Queen and Portland.
For a day spent among green things, pop over to Trinity Bellwoods Park, where you can find enough space to enjoy baseball, tennis, dog-walking, and soaking up the sun.

You will find yourself walking everywhere in this neighbourhood, but there is TTC on Queen Street for your longer trips. There are also convenient bicycle lanes on Adelaide and Richmond Streets, and car owners can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp.
Jeff Mckee
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