18 loretto lane

Condo of the week: 18 Loretto Lane

18 Loretto Lane is part of the new townhouse-condo development at the corner of Bathurst and Bloor Street. Once the site of Loretto College (hence the name), the development is part of B.Streets, a nine-storey mid-rise facing Bathurst with a collection of two-level modern townhouses tucked away in the laneway.

This two bedroom townhome is listed for $889,000.

18 loretto lane

The 1,200 square foot property is just one of the cool laneway projects that dot T.O.'s hidden back alleys. Designed by Cecconi Simone who also outfitted this place, the interior offers simple elegance and a functional living space.

18 loretto lane

As for the neighbourhood, the Annex rocks and unless you've been living...uh...under a rock, you already know that Mirvish Village and the main intersection at Bathurst and Bloor is set to be redeveloped. For those already pining for Ed's free turkey giveaway, there's still plenty of other nearby restaurants, retailers and sushi to choose from.

18 loretto lane

SPECS

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NOTABLE FEATURES

  • Two-storeys
  • Front terrace
  • Hardwood floors
  • Modern kitchen
  • Fitness room
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GOOD FOR

A separate entrance. An ideal dwelling for those who hate waiting for the elevator or awkward small chat with the concierge.

18 loretto lane

MOVE ON IF

You'll have to put up with months/years of construction and traffic congestion at the soon-to-be revitalized Bathurst and Bloor intersection.

18 loretto lane

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.


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