43 Britain St, Toronto

Stonecutter Lofts

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Manuel Anzoategui
Manuel Anzoategui
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Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
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862 sqft - 4236 sqft
Avg $461 per square foot
Built in 2005
3 floors/ 5 units
Low-Rise condo

Overview
A fashionable blend of old and new, Stonecutter Lofts is located on Britain Street just south of Queen Street East. The building is a true post and beam construct, carved from a century old warehouse in 2005 and transformed into a modern residence.
Nestled on a quiet residential street behind the old Stonecutter Arms Pub, this three-storey building offers just five boutique Toronto lofts, all of which are hard-loft conversions that feature exposed brick, real hardwood floors and extra-wide living spaces. With its above-grade finishes and large open layouts, it’s little wonder that Stonecutter Lofts earned a 2011 Ontario Association of Architects Award. Offering ideal live/work spaces and residential units, The Stonecutter Lofts are a perfect spot for urban professionals to live, work and play.
Just south of Moss Park, residents can hop on the Queen Street streetcar to enjoy its eclectic shops, cool galleries, and funky cafes or explore the culinary delights of Toronto’s Old Town and the St. Lawrence Market.

Most Notable Features
Stunning penthouse: A very unique little spot, Stonecutter Lofts offers one of the largest and most spectacular penthouse suites in Toronto. Unassuming and modest from the outside, the unit is over 4,000 square-feet with heated floors, sandblasted brick, a beautiful outdoor courtyard and even an outdoor shower.
Exclusivity guaranteed: Compared to other fashionable and contemporary downtown Toronto condos, Stonecutter Lofts offers a unique and exclusive atmosphere with only five residences available in the building. Tucked away on a quaint side-street, homeowners will enjoy a sense of privacy and seclusion, while only a five-minute walk from the thrills of city life.
Queen Street streetcar: A great perk for downtown travel is how close Stonecutter Lofts is to TTC on Queen Street. Residents who like to walk to work will find it easy and enjoyable to reach Bay Street or King Street, but if you have to travel farther the Queen Street streetcar can zip you anywhere east or west.

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TSCC-1733
Date Registered
Dec 14, 2005
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 456th

Highest price per sqft out of 456 condos in Downtown

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461
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Avg. Price per Sqft : $461/sqft

Based on 1 recent sales at 43 Britain St, Toronto

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Area Comparison : -54.4%

Less expensive than Moss Park condos for sale

37
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Avg. days on Market : 37 days

At the Stonecutter Lofts

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Sales Volume : #1

Condos sold at Stonecutter Lofts within the past twelve months

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Manuel Anzoategui
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Property.ca Inc., Brokerage

About 43 Britain St, Toronto


With an exclusive loft at 43 Britain Street, residents will be immersed in a newly revitalized urban neighbourhood with many lovely green spaces nearby. You 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 boasts a lot of great eateries such as Café 260 for coffee and sandwiches, Mengrai Gourmet Thai on Richmond Street, and Fusaros for a cozy Italian restaurant with home style menus.
For all your groceries and other household needs, you can find a variety of grocery stores and markets down on Front Street, including the world-famous St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market.
If you want to enjoy the outdoors, look no further than Moss Park just up the street, Corktown Common to the east, or Regent Park and Riverdale Farm to the north.

This area enjoys a 96 Walk Score, with many urban conveniences nearby. Downtown travel is easy with streetcar lines running along Queen and King Street. And for drivers, the closest highway is the Gardiner Expressway via Sherbourne Street.