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Noble Court Lofts

24 Noble St, Toronto

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0
For Rent
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Average Psf
$1,009(past 365 days)
Size Range
444-1073 sqft
Age Of Building
28 years

Overview
One of Toronto's most affordable hard loft buildings, Noble Court Lofts is located just off of Queen Street West near Dufferin Street. Converted in 1989 from offices and studio space, the property now offers 79 West End condos for sale and for rent.
Standing at just five-storeys, the building has an appealing brickwork exterior with large warehouse style windows. On the inside, these Toronto lofts feature hardwood floors, 11-foot, sandblasted wood ceilings, walls of exposed brick, and original wood beams and columns. The suites enjoy a lot of natural lighting, which creates a naturally warming vibe among all the wood and brick. There are only a few amenities, but the lack of anything extravagant is reflected in the affordable prices.
Located within the Roncesvalles Village neighbourhood, residents are close to many restaurants, cafes, and markets with great TTC convenience along Queen Street.

Most Notable Features
Bright, airy suites: From lower floor units to the top level suites, these Toronto condos all have a bright, airy vibe with floor plans ranging from roughly 450 to 1,070 square-feet. They are spacious layouts that invite a sense of creativity to homeowner design and personalization.
Building community: Noble Court Lofts is recognized for having a strong community base, with a common Facebook page to share ideas, events, and get to know your neighbours. The building also has a gardening committee and hosts an annual yard sale.
Parking and TTC: Among the building’s amenities are 20 first-come-first-serve parking spaces for all the urban car owners. For those who need TTC to get around, there is convenient streetcar service along Queen Street that can zip you downtown or further west.

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Building Details 24 Noble St

Storeys:
5
Units:
79
Corp #:
MTCC-931
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Common Element
Water
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 14th

Highest price per sqft out of 132 condos in West End

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condo Values : +5.0%

Year over year change in values at 24 Noble St, Toronto

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1009
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Avg Price per Sqft : $1009/sqft

Based on 3 recent sales at 24 Noble St, Toronto

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4.51
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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $4.51/sqft

Based on 4 recent rentals at 24 Noble St, Toronto

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Area Comparison : +4.2%

More expensive than Roncesvalles condos for sale

11
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Avg days on Market : 11 days

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About 24 Noble St, Toronto


With a bright hard-loft at 24 Noble Street, you will be part of a lovely neighbourhood known as Roncesvalles Village, a community of residential streets connected to the boutique shops and small businesses, restaurants and bars along Roncesvalles Avenue from Queen Street to Bloor Street in Toronto’s West End. Known as the city’s Polish neighbourhood, the area features many Polish restaurants and hosts an annual Polish Festival, creating a culturally rich and yet contemporary vibe. Neighbouring High Park, residents will find it easy to get outdoors and enjoy nature within the city, or you can pop into the Revue Cinema for an evening at the movies, or enjoy some jazz at High’s Room. The area is home to many schools, and there is convenient TTC streetcar service running north and south along Roncesvalles Avenue and along Queen Street West. Some local hangouts to explore include Grand Electric Toronto for a hip Mexican taco place, Mata for a casual South American inspired spot, and Lambretta Pizzeria & Wine Bar for a family-friendly pasta house with stove-oven cooking.
Looking for nearby groceries? The area has many stores within walking distance such as NoFrills, FreshCo, and Loblaws, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops.
For a breath of fresh air, there are many small parks in the area, plus you can got to Sorauren Park's public dog park and Farmers’ Market. And, of course, you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.

A pleasant neighbourhood to get around on foot, you can find TTC travel service along Queen Street. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Dufferin Street.