Gothic Heritage Loft
32 Gothic AveGothic Heritage Estates Lofts at 32 Gothic Ave is the perfect opportunity to purchase your own slice of Toronto’s history. Embrace the charms of luxury as you enjoy life in this 1889 hilltop mansion, originally built for George St. Leger, the first mayor of West Toronto. Now an Ontario Heritage Act designated estate home, this building features seven exquisitely unique units with both authentic historic details and the luxuries of modern conveniences. Take a deep breath of fresh air as you revel in the beauty of a private courtyard or terrace, feasting your eyes on the views of your very own oasis in the city, High Park. You couldn’t be more ideally situated with the Park literally steps away from your front door; this 399-acre haven in the heart of Toronto features its own zoo, picnic areas, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, soccer courts and ice rink. Wander around Lake Grenadier and forget that you are in Canada’s largest city; take in “Dream,” High Park’s annual open-air Shakespeare production, and find yourself completely removed from the rigor and busy-ness of everyday modern life. Take a short stroll to Bloor West Village, rich with Eastern European heritage and one-of-a-kind items that you won’t find anywhere else in the city. Purchase fresh produce from vegetable stands and enjoy the fragrant wares of the flower vendors that line these nearby streets. If you long to take a step back in time to the wide-eyed innocence of days gone by, these Toronto lofts may just be the time machine you are looking for!
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