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This former church is located in the Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood, east of the park, north of Queen Street West. The appeal of this conversion has got to be the unique structure as well as the great location. The rarest of church conversions, the Church Lofts are both large and quite expensive. The church was converted into only 2 freehold hard lofts in the mid-1990s, both with huge underground parking spaces. Features include soaring 25′ ceiling, enormous windows, original hardwood floors, and private rooftop decks. With 5,0000+ square feet on multiple levels, expect to pay in the millions for one of these lofts.
The former church was bought by two men who divided the building down the middle and then renovated each half to their own preference. Highlighting 25 foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, a private rooftop deck and windows that allow in enough sun to light every nook and cranny, this Toronto lofts building is ideally situated in the Trinity-Bellwoods neighborhood of West Queen West.
There is a private garage beneath the church with multiple spots for both halves, as well as the rectory. All have direct access into their large homes. There are no condo fees here, as it is not a condo.