40 westmoreland toronto

Condo of the Week: 40 Westmoreland Avenue #6

Either everyone's losing sleep from ghosts or a 1900's renovated church is just too much for certain buyers. Another multi million dollar church-loft conversion at 40 Westmoreland is up for grabs (and #2 is also on the market if you're interested in original religious stained glass windows in your nursery).

40 westmoreland toronto

If you're looking for a unique pad, this heritage home is sure to do the trick. With a strikingly beautiful balance of glass banisters and original century old neo-gothic church architecture, you'll want to show this place off to your crew.

40 westmoreland toronto

The space - designed by Architect Asen Vitko and built by Dog Day Developers - is one of 17 lofts tucked inside this revamped church built in 1914, and is officially designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.

40 westmoreland toronto

With cathedral ceilings and a master bedroom/bathroom (complete with soaker tub) that'll make you want to stay in every weekend, this space is really stepping it up in a city that's getting a bit too friendly to boxy glass condos.

40 westmoreland toronto

SPECS

40 westmoreland toronto

NOTABLE FEATURES

  • High cathedral ceilings
  • Original brick masonry and gothic brick arches
  • Underground parking
  • Classic stone columns
  • Polished, modern wooden floors throughout
40 westmoreland toronto

GOOD FOR

Low maintenance fees in an architectural dream. Plus, you're minutes away from the subway and tucked away from the busyness of downtown.

40 westmoreland toronto

MOVE ON IF

You're looking for outdoor space. While the interior is impressive, there's no terrace or balcony to store a barbecue and throw an epic outdoor church party.

40 westmoreland toronto

Thanks to Bosley Real Estate Ltd, Brokerage for sponsoring our House of the Week. All content and editorial selected and written by blogTO.


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