Home to the Loretto Day School for nearly ninety years, 385 Brunswick Ave. has since been beautifully revitalized into gorgeous boutique residences. Built in 1914 and recognized for its historic significance, the Loretto Lofts is an excellent example of how Toronto can celebrate and re-imagine its heritage buildings for use in the 21st century.
Situated on the ground level, 107-385 Brunswick Ave. has been perfectly modernized from top to bottom while maintaining its elegant historic charm. Featuring two bedrooms, four bathrooms and multiple outdoor spaces, this spectacular townhome is listed at $5.995 million.
Enter the dramatic corridor through a set of ground-level double doors. Stroll beneath multiple tall archways and come upon several large and luxurious rooms.
Accentuated by a semi-crescent sitting area, the spacious living and dining room offers an elegant place for entertaining. Framed by tall sunlit windows and a Greek revival ceiling accent, this grand room provides the perfect touch of majesty.
The custom-designed kitchen with mottled marble accents, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and quality additions, such as an integrated wine tower, boasts a beautiful amount of natural light thanks to multiple large windows.
Off of the kitchen, enjoy a family room that is both cozy and welcoming. It’s also ultra stylish and offers walk-out access to an outdoor dining terrace.
Adjacent to the living room is the study. Fill it with books and create a library, use it for hobbies, or make it a workspace. This extra room will always come in handy.
The primary bedroom is a great space to unwind. It offers access to a private patio, a lavish ensuite bathroom and a large dressing room.
What’s better than one terrace? Two, of course! Featuring two spacious and secluded patios surrounded by plenty of greenery, you’ll discover the perfect spot for morning coffees or outdoor dinner parties.
107 -385 Brunswick Ave. is listed with Christian Vermast of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada Brokerage.