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Peanut Factory Lofts

306 Sackville St, Toronto

By Canadian Opportunity Investments Limited
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Average Psf
$481(past 365 days)
Size Range
2181-2400 sqft
Age Of Building
30 years

Overview
Originally a peanut processing plant and warehouse in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood, the property at 306 Sackville Street is now home to nine boutique conversion lofts known as Peanut Factory Lofts.
Converted into modern residences in 1989, the building stands at four-storeys on a quaint residential street lined with trees. With only nine Toronto lofts available throughout, the suites are able to enjoy generous floor plans that will attract anyone seeking a wide-open and bright condo. Most suites have two-bedrooms with interior finishes such as 12-foot ceilings, original maple hardwood flooring, and a fireplace. The building is pet-friendly with many nearby parks, including the charming paths of Riverdale Farm and the Allan Gardens off-leash dog park.
Toronto’s Cabbagetown is a quaint neighbourhood with many restaurants, cafes, and outdoor spaces for residents to explore. As well, it is only a short walk or TTC hop to Toronto’s Eaton Centre at Yonge Street and Bay Street’s Financial District.

Most Notable Features
Bright and spacious: Peanut Factory Lofts is unique among downtown Toronto condos because of its limited units, allowing for generous floor plans ranging from 1,500 to 2,400 square-feet. With large warehouse style windows and multiple floors, these suites have a bright and spacious vibe perfect for a live/work set up.
Quaint and calm vibe: It’s not every day that you find a modern loft-conversion building on a residential street in Toronto. But Peanut Factory Lofts is a rare find, with neighbouring Victorian-era houses, front yards with fences and hedges, and lots of trees. It’s designed for homeowners who want a quaint and calm atmosphere.
Personal outdoor space: Something to think about when viewing Toronto condos is the availability of personal outdoor space. In a concrete city like Toronto, having a private rooftop deck like the ones offered at Peanut Factory Lofts can be a game-changer for homeowner happiness. Think about it.

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Building Details 306 Sackville St

Storeys:
1
Units:
9
Corp #:
MTCC-811
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With a spacious loft at 306 Sackville Street, residents will get to experience the pleasant charm of Toronto’s Cabbagetown. Once a bustling community of cabbage-eating Irish immigrants, it is now a popular downtown destination with many restaurants, cafes, and small shops. With nearby TTC, residents can easily pop over to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, the Eaton Centre at Yonge and Dundas, as well as Leslieville to the east. This neighbourhood has many delicious menus to taste and discover such as F’Amelia on Amelia Street for a warm setting for an Italian dinner, Thai To Go for delicious and convenient Thai food, and Kinka Izakaya for authentic Japanese small plates and drinks.
Residents at Peanut Factory Lofts have many local grocery stores to choose from, with some larger chains such as FreshCo, NoFrills, and Food Basics within easy walking distance.
For a break from the bustle of the city, trek over to Riverdale Farm or St. James Cemetery. You may also want to explore the botanical greenhouse of Allen Gardens Park.

Cabbagetown is a lovely place to explore on foot, with many urban conveniences nearby. Downtown travel is easy with streetcar lines running along Gerrard Street to Parliament. And for drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Sherbourne Street.