The Argyle Lofts at 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto 0
The Argyle Lofts at 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto 1

The Argyle Lofts

183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto

For Sale
For Rent
Average Psf
$1,258(past 365 days)
Size Range
484-1,838 sqft
Age Of Building
14 years

The Argyle has a long, wonderful history. Originally developed in 1873, it was home to the Ideal Bread Company. In 2007, the property was transformed into a six-storey conversion-loft building with 87 Trinity Bellwoods condos for sale and for rent.
The loft units maintain many traditional features such as hardwood floors, exposed ductwork, as well as the building’s beautiful exterior brickwork façade. With many two-level lofts that showcase the mezzanine level overlooking the living room and spacious open-concept kitchens, these Toronto lofts are truly contemporary living spaces. The building is located in the artsy and stylish Beaconfield Village on the corner of two quaint, tree-lined residential streets.
Just a short walk from the shops, galleries, and restaurants of Queen Street West and Ossington Street, residents here will enjoy a sense of urban living at its best.

Most Notable Features
Quaint vibe: The Argyle Lofts enjoys a quaint urban vibe amidst the hush of two tree-lined streets. A garden entrance pleasantly presents the charming atmosphere of the authentic loft-conversions, while right across the street residents will find the vintage Luna Café, espresso and brunch spot.
Visitor Parking: Although The Argyle Lofts is lacking the wide array of amenities found in other West End condos, the building does offer visitor parking. Often overlooked, visitor parking is a great convenience for an urban residence when you invite friends and family to visit.
Varying floor plans: The Argyle Lofts offers varying layouts and floor plans ranging from 484 to 1,838 square-feet. So whether you want a cozy bachelor loft or an expansive two-storey home ideal for entertaining friends or keeping a home office, The Argyle Lofts has many choices.

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Visitor Parking
BBQ Permitted
Parking Garage
Pet Restriction
Security System

Included in Maintenance Fees

Common Element
Air Conditioning
Building Insurance
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Price Per Sqft Rank: 4th

Highest price per sqft out of 110 condos in West End

condo Values : +14.8%

Year over year change in values at 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto

Avg. Price per Sqft : $1258/sqft

Based on 4 recent sales at 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto

Avg. Rent Price per Sqft : $3.46/sqft

Based on 6 recent rentals at 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto

Area Comparison : +17.4%

Avg. days on Market : 7 days

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About 183 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto

Trinity Bellwoods is a unique inner-city neighbourhood found along Queen Street to the south and Dundas Street to the north between Dovercourt and Bathurst. It has become known in recent years for its trendy and youthful character, focused around the prominent Trinity Bellwoods Park, an indoor and outdoor community recreation space with everything from swimming pools to idyllic picnic spots.
The area has more than 160 restaurants to explore, plus a wide range of cafes and bars. Residents can enjoy a day of boutique shopping along Queen Street West, or stop at a local bakery in Little Portugal. Queen West is home to the largest concentration of art galleries in Toronto, including Artscape Youngplace, a community cultural hub devoted to artistic inspiration. Residents are also very close to Kensington Market, Chinatown, and Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Local groceries can be found at Metro or Loblaws in about a 15-minute walk if you'd rather stay in and cook.
And for a spot of greenery, Trinity Bellwoods Park offers more than enough space and activity including baseball, tennis, dog-walking, and soaking up the sun.

You can walk everywhere in this neighbourhood, with 24-hour Queen Street TTC as your best bet for longer downtown travel. There are convenient bicycle lanes on Adelaide and Richmond Streets, and car owners can zip onto the Gardiner Expressway via the Spadina Avenue onramp.

Todd Armstrong
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