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|Completion Year:||2008||Builder:||Abbey Inc|
|Address:||384 Sunnyside Ave, Toronto|
|Postal Code:||M6R 2S1||Maintenance includes:||Water, Heat, Central Air, Building Insurance|
|Building Name:||The Abbey Church Lofts|
|Units:||24||Management Phone:||(416) 657-2117|
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384 Sunnyside Ave known as The Abbey Lofts located on the northwest corner of Sunnyside Avenue and Marmaduke Street; between Roncesvalles Avenue and High Park in a high demand community in Toronto's most beautiful park - High Park.
It is a stunning 24-suites unique project of historic, genuine loft conversion. Former Howard Park Methodist church (The Abbey), neo-Gothic church that was built in 1910 in Medieval Revival style, was listed on the City of Toronto Inventory of Heritage Properties in 2003. The light-grey solid limestone walls and stone cladding of architect WIlliam Burns' church are unchanged for a century.
From the outside the heritage building maintains its stately profile but the suites have open concept layout in the principal areas,
some incorporating up to 24-foot vaulted ceilings, engineered flooring, fireplaces (not all), stainless steel appliances, kitchen islands with granite countertops, individual security systems and much more! As church conversion, many suites feature original stained glass windows, brick walls, exposed wood and steel trusses. No two suites are alike!
384 Sunnyside Ave residents enjoy many convenient area amenities, from convenient shopping destinations, restaurants and cafes on Bloor street, High Park just steps away, subway at door, and just minutes away from Toronto's downtown.