The place: A two-bedroom, three-bathroom, four-level condo hidden within a 1914 neo-Gothic church, just steps from Bloor and Dovercourt.
The history: This condo is one of the 17 in the building—a new development by Dog Day Developers, with Asen Vitko as architect. Features from the original church have been preserved in the unit, including exposed brick walls and archways, wood beams and dramatic arched windows.
Big selling point: The second-floor catwalk between the master bedroom and the bathroom makes for a pleasingly modern contrast with the antique surroundings. And the fourth-floor bathroom, with its striking wooden walls and oversized rain-head shower, seems like a romantic place to wash away the day.
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Source: Toronto Life, 12/11/2015