24 Noble Street

Condo of the week: 24 Noble Street

This one bedroom, one bathroom loft is going for $519,000 in the Parkdale neighbourhood. A funky lower level unit near Dufferin and Queen West, it was originally built as an industrial warehouse in 1910 and converted into lofts before the '90s.

This unit has been bouncing around the market for awhile, previously priced at $499,900 with lower maintenance fees around $560/month. But still, a space worthy of attention spotlighting a few notables like surround sound, heated floors, built-in shelving and wood ceilings.

24 Noble Street

The layout is completely open but works in the space, making it feel like separate rooms with bespoke furniture and large art pieces. The dark wood kitchen along with the rest of the unit, has been upgraded, and now ideal for cooking and jamming.

24 Noble Street

It's the ultimate affordable pad (yes, $500K is considered affordable in Toronto) for the hip professional who craves brick and beam and a kitchen filled with hanging pot (and pans). Take a peek.

24 Noble Street

SPECS

  • Address: #G12 - 24 Noble Street
  • Price: $519,000
  • Square feet: Approx. 1,000
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Parking: 1
  • Taxes: $4,078
  • Maintenance fees: $616.05/monthly
  • Walk Score: 96
24 Noble Street

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Renovated kitchen, stainless steel appliances
  • 10 ft ceilings
  • Wrap-around windows
  • Built-in speakers
  • Wood ceilings
  • Sliding barn door
24 Noble Street

GOOD FOR

Bike parking. It's a great building for the eco-friendly cyclist with indoor and outdoor parking. For bigger wheels, the unit includes one car parking.

24 Noble Street

MOVE ON IF

This lower level unit is realtor code for "basement loft." A basement unit might sound unappealing, but in reality, it's a spacious one bedroom and doesn't feel like it's destined for a dark crawl space. Plenty of natural light and 10 foot ceilings, you almost forget you are below ground.

24 Noble Street

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