384 Sunnyside Ave Toronto

Condo of the Week: 384 Sunnyside Ave

One of 24 history-laden lofts, this condo boasts remnants of its past life as a turn of the century Methodist church. Reincarnated, if you will, into a three-bed, three-bath million dollar property, this split-level home has everything you could want from a modern take on medieval just so long as you don't mind the stark flat ceilings. Or thousand-dollar monthly maintenance fees.

SPECS:

Address: 384 Sunnyside Ave, #202
Price: $969,900
Square Footage: 1860
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Parking Spaces: 1
Monthly Maintenance: $905.62
Taxes: $5691.44 (2012)
Building Amenities: Visitor parking, party room, media room

384 Sunnyside Ave

NOTABLE FEATURES:

Limestone walls
Leaded glass windows
Exposed brick
Hardwood floors
Stainless steel appliances
Gas range
Custom shelving
Two-, three-, and four-piece bathrooms

384 Sunnyside Ave Toronto

GOOD FOR:

Medieval reenactments, regular trips to High Park, out-of-the-box living. Good for those who want a bathroom for each bedroom and appreciate an abundance of track lighting. Good for those who would never dare look into window coverings.

384 Sunnyside Ave

MOVE ON IF:

You think those flat white ceilings are abhorrent and can't imagine an easy renovation. You like your ductwork out of sight. You think the window wells give off a bit of a "basement living" vibe.

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