The loft at 208-152 Annette St. is a special one. It lives inside a 19th-century church that was eventually converted into a residential building with just 35 units. Stained glass windows, the original church chandelier and doors are just some historic elements that were preserved in the loft conversion.
The two bedroom and two bathroom unit spans 1,258 square feet of living space. It’s been meticulously renovated with a custom kitchen and features two separate balconies. Located in the Junction neighbourhood, it’s currently on the market for $1.295 million.
A long hallway leads you into the main living space.
The fully custom kitchen is incredibly chic. It’s designed with a massive waterfall island, stone countertops and integrated appliances. Even the fridge discreetly blends in with the cabinetry.
Residents can casually dine at the island or opt for a seat in the dining area.
Full height windows border the formal living room. The open concept floorplan provides plenty of space for designated dining and lounging zones.
The private covered terrace would be a nice place to unwind after a day at work.
This cosy corner of the loft is dedicated to the family room. It features a huge bookshelf and windows to bring in natural light.
Upon entering one of the bedrooms, you’re reminded of the loft’s historic roots with intricate crown moulding found on this beam.
A pull-down Murphy bed provides residents with the ultimate convenience when accommodating guests. It could also be used as a nursery, den or home office.
Floral wallpaper makes a statement in the three-piece bathroom.
Perhaps the biggest selling point in this unit is the primary bedroom. It features soaring ceilings and stained glass windows, two things you don’t see very often in Toronto condos.
Another artsy wallpaper makes an appearance in the ensuite bathroom.
Original church doors from the bedroom provide access to another private balcony.
208-152 Annette St. is listed with Sean Miller of Property.ca Inc, Brokerage.