Wallace Walk, Junction Triangle, West Toronto
Wallace Walk - Stacked Urban Townhomes, Junction Triangle
370-380 Wallace Ave., 45-57 Macaulay Ave., 58 Macaulay Ave.,
63 Ruskin Ave., 5-45 Sousa Mendes St.
Wallace Walk Towns are a designed urban development of stylish chic townhomes located in the heart of the Junction Triangle, on Wallace Avenue also accessed by Macaulay Avenue just off Perth Avenue. The builders were the Torbel Group & Somerset Homes.
The exterior is a blend of brick and glass with 1, 2 and 3 storeys, with a fabulous outdoor space. It includes 167 stacked townhomes with connecting landscaped walkways. These cosmopolitan towns offer 3 different rooftop designs, for both relaxing and entertaining within a sophisticated space that allows Al Fresco dining with a BBQ area included. The interior finishes include a luxury entrance with quality hardware and designer light fixtures. An open concept kitchen area with breakfast bar and granite counter-tops. There are private underground parking spots for residents as well as visitor parking.
Styles & Size
Patio Suites - from 585 sq. ft. to 1,200 sq. ft.
Juliette Balcony Suites - from 525 sq. ft. to 715 sq. ft.
Terrace Suites - from 1,075 sq. ft. to 1,485 sq. ft.
Wallace Walk Sold Values 2020 - 2021
370-380 Wallace Ave.
1 bedroom - (665 sq.ft.) $585,000 average range
2 bedrooms - (700-799 sq.ft.) $728,000 average range
2 bedrooms (1,000-1,400 sq.ft.) $1,078,000 average range
47-57 Macaulay Ave.
2 bedrooms - (1,000-1,400 sq.ft.) $1,265,000 average range
58 Macaulay Ave.
2 bedrooms - $761,000 average range
63 Ruskin Ave.
2 bedrooms - $700,000 - $1,190,000
4 bedrooms - $1,380,000
5-45 Sousa Mendes St.
2 bedrooms - $885,000-$1,260,000
4 bedrooms - $1,440,000
Wallace Walk is found in the hip Junction Triangle hood where everything from shops, sidewalk cafes along Bloor, High Park with its scenic trails and paths, Bloor West Village shopping district and fab eateries are all within walking distance. Dundas West and Keele subway are minutes away, and will zip you to downtown Toronto within minutes. The Bloor GO station nearby, allows you to take advantage of the Union Pearson Express, which is Toronto’s new Air Rail Link, providing direct high speed transportation from Union Station and Pearson International Airport within 25 minutes!
Another feature to this hood is the recently developed West Toronto Railpath, that runs beside the CNR line and has been opened to create a path for pedestrians walking, jogging or cycling from the west end of the neighbourhood all the way to the bottom of Sterling and eventually extending all the way to Toronto’s waterfront trails. This is a popular community for families and singles who love experiencing what this area has to offer as well as the ease of travelling to downtown Toronto!
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