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One St Johns Place Lofts

1 St Johns Rd, Toronto

By Fred Dyer
For Sale
0
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$687(past 365 days)
Size Range
674-1367 sqft
Age Of Building
19 years

Overview
Located on St. Johns Street and Dundas Street West, One St. Johns Place Lofts is a distinct concrete structure with a banded facade that was once an office building. Converted in 2000, it now offers just 15 Toronto lofts in the pleasant Junction Area neighbourhood.
Sitting right at Dundas Street West, the residence enjoys excellent urban convenience with a pleasant sense of the surrounding tree-filled, residential area. A smart place for young families and working professionals, the two-bedroom suites showcase bright, open-concept layouts with hardwood floors, nine-foot ceilings, exposed brick, and lots of sunlight. Open kitchens have modern stainless-steel appliances and a breakfast bar, perfect for home cooking. Plus, there is ensuite washer and dryer, but the property has few amenities save for resident and visitor parking.
But the Junction Area is only a short walk east along Dundas West, with many new and established restuarants, bakeries, cafes and places to enjoy an evening out. And, you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor green space.

Most Notable Features
Connect with Dundas West: Living right on Dundas Street West provides a lot of urban convenience from neighbouring shops, stores, and restaurants to the convenience of TTC service along Dundas that easily connects you to the rest of the city and High Park.
Cobblestone courtyard: A definite perk for anyone who enjoys the calm, quiet vibe of Toronto’s West End, there is a cobblestone courtyard right outside One St. Johns Place Lofts. Outfitted with park benches, stone slab seating, and trees, it’s a public space that is positively old-world, and it’s perfect for chatting with friends and neighbours or reading a good novel.
Low maintenance fees: One St. Johns Place Lofts has only a few parking amenities, lacking the bigger, pricier features like a fitness facility or a swimming pool. On the plus side, however, the limited amenities means the building has less expensive maintenance fees compared to other West End condos.

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Building Details 1 St Johns Rd

Storeys:
5
Units:
15
Corp #:
MTCC-1294
BBQ Permitted
Elevator
Pet Restriction
Public Transit
Security System
Visitor Parking

Maintenance Fees at One St Johns Place Lofts cover:

Common Element
Hydro
Building Insurance
Water
Parking
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 100th

Highest price per sqft out of 129 condos in West End

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687
/sqft
Avg Price per Sqft : $687/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 1 St Johns Rd, Toronto

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19.7
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Area Comparison : -19.7%

Less expensive than Junction Area condos for sale

7
days
Avg days on Market : 7 days

At the One St Johns Place Lofts

1
units
Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at One St Johns Place Lofts within the past twelve months

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With a bright condo at 1 St. Johns Road, residents will get to know the Junction Area neighbourhood, just north of Toronto’s most well-known and popular green space, High Park. It’s a 400-acre outdoor recreational space with lots of open playing fields, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, natural walking trails, as well as education and cultural facilities and even a zoo. The surrounding neighbourhoods from Roncesvalles to the Bloor West Village and Swansea are all largely residential with a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops, not to mention some well-established neighbourhood classics such as Humber Cinema for an evening’s entertainment. Some local hangouts to visit include Playa Cabana Cantina for a cozy Mexican joint, Indie Alehouse for a good brew, and coffee lovers will have to visit The Good Neighbour Espresso Bar.
For weekly groceries and household goods, you can walk east to find Tim & Sue’s No Frills on Pacific Avenue. You can also find many independent shops and markets along Bloor Street West and Dundas Street.
Public green space should be easy to find with High Park just a short trip south. But if you want to change things up, you can visit Ravina Gardens Park or Runnymede Park.

A great neighbourhood to get around on foot, the nearby TTC bus routes along Dundas West can zip you to the subway and onwards into the city for work and for fun. And drivers can reach the Gardiner Expressway via Keele and Parkside Drive.