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Sorauren Lofts

347 Sorauren Ave, Toronto

By Mel Brown
For Sale
1
For Rent
0
Average Psf
$998(past 365 days)
Size Range
532-1680 sqft
Age Of Building
19 years

Overview
Located on Sorauren Avenue just south of Dundas Street West, this former ball-bearing factory has offered open-concept industrial hard lofts for over 15 years. It’s a well-established property next door to Robert Watson Lofts and across the street from the exclusive 1 Columbus Lofts.
A two-storey low-rise, Sorauren Lofts has just 48 Toronto lofts available in both one and two-bedroom layouts. The suites are spacious and bright, with the real sense of openness coming from the 12 to 15-foot high-ceilings. The hard loft conversion features include beautiful hardwood floors, exposed brick and wood beam accents, plus steel framed mezzanine levels. Some units on the first floor have patios facing the park, and there is parking located in an adjacent lot.
Just a block away from Roncesvalles Avenue, residents at Sorauren Lofts live within walking distance to many restaurants, cafes, and markets with great TTC convenience at Dundas West and Bloor Street.

Most Notable Features
Live/work lifestyle: With floor plans up to 1,680 square-feet, these West End condos could be great for someone seeking the live/work lifestyle. Young, urban professionals are likely to enjoy the bright, open lofts as both home and office.
Sorauren Park: Pet owners will be pleased to note that Sorauren Lofts is next door to Sorauren Park, where you’ll find a public dog park, tennis courts, and a farmers’ market. Think of it as an outdoor extension of your home, filled with sunshine in the summer.
Local TTC options: Not far from Dundas West Station, Sorauren Lofts is surrounded with TTC options to get you just about anywhere in the city. Head downtown on the Dundas streetcar, south to King Street along Roncesvalles, or further west on the subway.

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Building Details 347 Sorauren Ave

Storeys:
2
Units:
48
Corp #:
MTCC-1279
Management Company:
Meeting Room
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 18th

Highest price per sqft out of 132 condos in West End

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condo Values : +4.4%

Year over year change in values at 347 Sorauren Ave, Toronto

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998
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Avg Price per Sqft : $998/sqft

Based on 3 recent sales at 347 Sorauren Ave, Toronto

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Avg Rent Price per Sqft : $3.02/sqft

Based on 1 recent rentals at 347 Sorauren Ave, Toronto

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Area Comparison : +3.3%

More expensive than Roncesvalles condos for sale

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Avg days on Market : 15 days

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With a live/work loft at 347 Sorauren Avenue, you will live in a pleasant 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 fun local spots worth exploring include Belljar Café for a rustic café and bar, La Cubana for a throw-back styled Cuban diner, and Café Polonez for a traditional Polish restaurant.
You can find many grocery stores within walking distance such as NoFrills, FreshCo, and Loblaws, as well as a countless number of independent markets and specialty food shops.
And outdoor space is in abundance with Sorauren Park just down the street, where there is a public dog park and a Farmers’ Market. And, of course, you’re not far from High Park, Toronto’s largest outdoor space.

A charming area to walk around, you can also find TTC travel options at Dundas West and Bloor Street. For drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expy via Parkside Drive.

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