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This is hands-down one of our favourite Toronto Loft in a fantastic Annex location, just a short stroll to the University of Toronto, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum and more.

Originally the Loretto Abbey Day School designed in the Beaux-Arts style by architect Neil G. Beggs in 1914, this heritage building at 385 Brunswick Avenue was converted into residential Loretto lofts in 2007. Its low-rise stature at just five storeys makes this building feel intimate yet it contains 50 units, complete with 13 townhomes.

The interiors are contemporary and elegant - this loft is all class. We also love the landscaped interior courtyard. But the best bit? Underground parking - a true rarity in hard loft conversions. There's also a gym and party room which, again, are not always easy to find in a historic conversion.

The Loretto is next door to another stellar Toronto loft building - the School House Lofts. You can read about these two buildings and our other favourite Midtown lofts on our blog.

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Clifton Edwards

Clifton Edwards

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PROPERTY.CA REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

clifton@mrloft.ca   Phone: 647 779 3234
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