12 macpherson avenue toronto

Sold! Church conversion in Toronto goes for $3.8 million

This place isn’t even fully built and it went for $3.8 million, which I think says something about how starved we are in Toronto for architecturally beautiful buildings. 12 macpherson avenue torontoThe historic church in Summerhill is a sight to behold, with the gothic windows, exposed brick and soaring ceilings. 

12 macpherson avenue torontoThere’s even a steeple with glass floor, which makes for a unique and fun space. 

12 macpherson avenue torontoI can’t really speak much to the overall home because, well it’s not built. So there’s nothing to say about bathrooms or bedrooms or even the kitchen. 

12 macpherson avenue torontoBut there’s at least four spaces for bedrooms and five bathrooms in this sprawling townhouse. 

12 macpherson avenue torontoThe spiral staircase at the centre of the space is dramatic and would make any entrance movie-worthy. There’s plenty of natural light throughout the home and lots of living space. 

12 macpherson avenue torontoThe church conversion even has outdoor space, which is a rarity.

The Essentials
  • Address: TH 1 – 12 MacPherson Avenue
  • Type: Townhouse
  • Bedrooms: 4 + 1
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Size: 4250-4499 feet²
  • Realtor:  Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage
  • Hit the market at: $3,950,000
  • Sold for: $3,800,00012 macpherson avenue toronto
Why it sold for what it did?

It’s an opportunity to build exactly what you want in a gorgeous building. 

Was it worth it?

Probably, but it’s hard to say because it isn’t fully constructed. It could either turn into one of the most beautiful townhouses in Toronto or just be a money pit. 12 macpherson avenue toronto

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