ABBEY LOFTS

OVERVIEW

384 Sunnyside Ave
Roncesvalles
Taffycroft Entreprises
ERA Architects
Completion: 2008
3 Storeys
24 Units

The Abbey Lofts in Roncesvalles, Toronto

The Abbey Lofts are one of the most striking church conversions out there. There’s no question when you’re in one of the 24 units within, that this was once a place of worship. Converted in 2008 by ERA Architects, a firm known for their heritage conversions, the historic details of the former Methodist Church are thoughtfully retained in the residences today.

Vaulted 17 foot ceilings, gothic stained glass windows, and exposed limestone walls are just some of the authentic church nuances you get when at the Abbey Lofts. Imagine the views you’d get in your 98 foot tall bell tower? That’s right, you could have your very own bell tower. 

Suites at the Abbey Lofts start just shy of 1,000 square feet, ranging from one bedrooms to three bedrooms that are as large as 2,889 square feet.

Located in the residential neighbourhood of Roncesvalles, you’ll feel like you’ve died and gone to heaven living at the Abbey Lofts. Roncesvalles Avenue, one block east of the Abbey Lofts, has a friendly collection of boutique shops, delicious restaurants, and cafes. One block west of the Abbey Lofts is High Park with its gorgeous landscape, hiking trails, sports fields and even a zoo.

Residents at The Abbey Lofts are a short walk to Dundas West Station and the Bloor GO Station, which can get you downtown in seven minutes. Three major streetcar routes weave through this neighbourhood too, which means you’ll have no trouble getting around.

FLOOR PLANS

1 Bedroom
1 Bedroom+Den
2 Bedroom
2 Bedroom+Den
3 Bedroom

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AMENITIES

Party Room
Meeting Room
BBQs

Image credit:  Toronto Life

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