152 annette street toronto condo

Condo of the Week: 152 Annette Street

Now this is a church conversion. Take note, new projects. This million-dollar penthouse condo features century-old architectural details, including original hammer beams, vaulted ceilings, and exposed brick. Plus top-of-the-line appliances and premium design finishes. Might make you reflect on your religious beliefs — or at the very least, your decision not to go to church. You'd best start praying on those lottery numbers.

152 annette street toronto condo

SPECS:

Address: 152 Annette Street, #401
Price: $1,129,000
Square Footage (apx): 1800-1999
Ceiling: 17.5ft
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Parking Spaces: 1
Locker: 1
Fireplaces: 2
Balcony: NE exposure
Monthly Maintenance: $964.94
Taxes: $6,088.48 (2012)
Building Amenities: Party room, security system

152 annette street toronto condo

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Original hammer beams and exposed brick
  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Jatoba hardwood floors
  • Eight-foot kitchen island
  • AEG induction cooktop
  • Six-piece master ensuite
  • Second-floor loft and office space
  • Double-sided fireplace
  • Skylights
  • BBQ gas hookup on balcony
152 annette street toronto condo

GOOD FOR:

Church buffs, history buffs, architectural romantics. Good for those who seek an alternative to the shoebox apartment.

152 annette street toronto condo

MOVE ON IF:

You think $1,000 per month in maintenance fees is just a tad excessive. You think $1 million for a condo is excessive. You hate excess.

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If you had the dough, would you buy this home? Let us know where you stand in the comments below.


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