In a city like Toronto with a rental market that’s constantly changing, it’s easy for renters to get lost in the sea of potential units that all look the same or feature similar amenities.
Which is why it’s always a welcomed surprise to come across a rental that sets itself apart from the crowd, like this stunning loft situated in a converted church from the 1800s.
Located at 243rd Perth Avenue in the heart of The Junction Triangle, this gem could be the answer to your rental prayers.
Price: $2,400/Month (Furnished)
Address: 243rd Perth Avenue
Brokerage: Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited
Sales Representative: Braden White
When you enter the loft, a custom arch window opens up the unit, flooding the space with natural light. In the warmer months, the arch door opens to a Juliet balcony with south-facing views, bringing a taste of the outdoors inside.
The kitchen space has a minimalistic-vibe and features an upgraded island that could be used for dining or as a make-shift workspace. The kitchen is also perfect for someone who likes to cook with its built-in Liebherr fridge, Porter and Charles dishwasher, and an AEG gas oven and stove, which are all as functional as they are stylish.
The living area has ample space to fit a couch and seating, along with room to display your favourite books or beloved objects.
The master bedroom is tucked away from the rest of the home thanks to a sliding door that can also be pulled back to open up the space.
The bathroom features pink walls with white accents and a shower and tub—perfect for unwinding in after a long day. The unit also its own washer and dryer, and comes with a locker and one parking space. There’s also a gym in the building.
The listing says the loft currently comes furnished, but the landlord will lease it unfurnished as well.
Plus, let’s also touch on the prime Junction location. Located close to Dundas and Bloor, transit, and trendy shops and restaurants, meaning you can step outside and take advantage of everything this neighbourhood has to offer.