363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

Condo of the Week: 363 Sorauren Avenue

The Robert Watson Lofts at 363 Sorauren Avenue offer some seriously swanky loft living in a small, close-knit neighbourhood environment. It's a classic two-storey hard loft in a heritage property with modern updates in the kitchen and bath, but all the character of a century-old structure. The energy of the building can even be felt from the serene, tree-lined sidewalk outside.

363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

Built in 1907 for Robert Watson, a candy manufacturer, the factory space is sprawling and largely open-concept. It features a mother load of exposed brick and gorgeous arched windows. You can't deny the aesthetic pull of this property, unless (and with due cause) you want to dwell on the largely unattainable price point.

363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

SPECS

Address: 363 Sorauren Ave.
Price: $795,000
Square Footage: 1,700
Bedrooms: 2+1
Bathrooms: 2
Storeys: Two
Parking Spaces: 1
Fireplaces: No
Monthly Maintenance: $844.00
Building Amenities: Meeting room, visitor parking, enter phone system

363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

Exposed brick throughout
14-foot exposed beam ceilings
Granite countertops
West-facing patio
Two storeys
18-foot ceilings

363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

GOOD FOR

I have to admit that I have a serious and unhealthy love for exposed brick and the integrity of heritage elements. Its magnitude borders on an obsession, actually. Given this fetish and my resulting bias, I have to say that this property is good for living happily ever after in an authentic cocoon of wonderful. Also, the neighbourhood is quiet and charming — the kind of place where your neighbours are friendly and actually say 'Hi.'

363 Sorauren Avenue Toronto

MOVE ON IF

You can't afford the $795,000 it costs to live in heaven. Or if you hate friendly neighbours and/or children and/or puppies. Or, really, if you have no taste.

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Photos and info sourced from mrloft.ca.

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