65 sheldrake toronto

Condo of the Week: 65 Sheldrake

With all of the new church conversions popping up around Toronto, you'd think cathedral living was a new city fad. Not so. The St. George in midtown was, indeed, ahead of the curve, turning the Eglinton United Church into 33 shiny loft homes. And now, you can have one of them (for the cost of a semi-detached anywhere else). Rejoice in this two-bedroom, two-bathroom, three-storey condo.

65 sheldrake toronto condo

SPECS:

Address: 65 Sheldrake Blvd, Unit 303
Price: $699,999
Size: 1,200 - 1,399 sq ft
Bedrooms: 2 + 1
Bathrooms: 2
Storeys: 3
Parking Spaces: 1
Exposure: West
Year Built: 2005
Monthly Maintenance: $658.90
Building Amenities: Outdoor/indoor common area, security system

65 sheldrake toronto condo

NOTABLE FEATURES:

  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Gas fireplace
  • Hardwood floors
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Granite countertops
  • Skylights
  • Private balcony with gas bbq
  • Limestone bathroom floors
  • Full-sized washer and dryer
65 sheldrake toronto condo

GOOD FOR:

Those who like a little visual interest for their $700,000. Good for barbecue-lovers, sunlight-fiends, and those who want a little space between the bedrooms (master is on main floor, second bedroom is on third). Well-suited to individuals who find hilarious irony in doing naughty things in a church.

65 sheldrake toronto condo

MOVE ON IF:

You think churches are for praying, or you want a yard. You believe "integrated appliances" are the new "stainless steel," and thus this design is blasphemous.

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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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