There’s a $699,000 townhouse for sale inside this century-old former Toronto church

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.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

Dark hardwood floors nicely contrast the white walls as you step into the entryway.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

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.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

Stainless steel appliances are tucked within the kitchen’s cabinetry. The modern can easily accommodate a four-person dining set.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

The future owners can let in some fresh air when the weather is nice thanks to the Juliet balcony.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

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.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

This is also where you’ll find the laundry closet.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

Wall to wall closets provide a ton of storage space in the primary bedroom.

Photo Courtesy: Property Vision

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.

Article exclusive to Streets Of Toronto