If you’re looking to move into a home with a history, look no further than 108-1183 Dufferin St. The townhome lives inside a century-old building formerly known as the Dufferin Street Presbyterian Church. While its gothic brick exterior remains, the interior has been expertly converted into 14 hard lofts.
This two-level townhome has one bedroom, one bathroom and a den. There is also a private terrace on the main level. The former church is located in Dovercourt Park and a short walk away from everything you could need on Bloor St. W. It’s currently on the market for a cool $699,000.
Dark hardwood floors nicely contrast the white walls as you step into the entryway.
The open concept floor plan combines the living room, dining area and kitchen. Large windows border the room and allow natural light to shine through.
Stainless steel appliances are tucked within the kitchen’s cabinetry. The modern can easily accommodate a four-person dining set.
The future owners can let in some fresh air when the weather is nice thanks to the Juliet balcony.
On the second level you’ll find an open concept den, which is the perfect spot for a home office. Sliding doors provide access to another Juliet balcony.
This is also where you’ll find the laundry closet.
Wall to wall closets provide a ton of storage space in the primary bedroom.
Matching floor and shower tiles stand out in the bathroom.
108-1183 Dufferin St. is listed with Katie and Daniel Steinfeld, Real Estate Brokers, On The Block Realty Inc.