History meets modern living in the townhome at 1-12 Macpherson Ave.
What used to be a Methodist church was eventually converted into a residence building in the ’90s. Suite 1 was given a back-to-the-studs renovation with help from Los Angeles designer Nicole Sassaman. High end luxuries were integrated alongside original church fixtures including brick walls, cathedral ceilings and wooden beams.
This unit spans over 4,000 square feet of living space across four levels. Along with three bedrooms and five bathrooms, it comes with luxe amenities including a wine cellar and elevator. It’s located in the Summerhill neighbourhood and listed for $6.595 million.
The entryway exudes opulence with chic black flooring and white walls.
There’s space for a formal dining area next to the staircase and marble fireplace.
Sleek cabinetry, integrated appliances and a waterfall island give the custom chef’s kitchen contemporary flair.
It also provides walk-out access to the hot tub area.
The future owners can admire the church’s exterior while barbequing on the wraparound terrace.
Dark ceilings and window frames give the living room a gothic feel.
There’s a huge window in this second floor bedroom.
This spot is the perfect nook for a home office.
Marble walls and flooring make the ensuite bathroom fit for royalty.
A massive brick wall and arched windows on the third level remind you of the townhome’s history.
Skylights make an impression in the private home theatre, complete with a projector and screen.
Soaring ceilings, wooden beams and wall-to-wall windows define the primary bedroom.
There’s a glass shower in the ensuite bathroom.
A staircase leads you to this luxe walk-in closet.
This light-filled bonus room could work as a home gym.
Residents can skip the stairs and take the elevator down to the lower level.
To top it off, the home comes with a wine cellar.
1-12 Macpherson Ave. is listed with Gillian Oxley of Royal LePage Terrequity Oxley Real Estate.