#PropertyEnvy: This Riverdale hard loft is heaven

#PropertyEnvy: This Riverdale hard loft is heaven

We have a soft spot for church conversions, so we’re crushing hard on this heavenly 2-level home. It’s in one of Toronto’s very first loft conversions – Glebe Lofts, formerly the Riverdale Presbyterian Church. Originally built in 1912, the Gothic Revival structure was converted to 32 unique residences in 2005. 

Check out 304-660 Pape Ave

There’s a lot to love in this listing, but here are some of the things that really have us saying hallelujah: 

  • The incredible architecture. Built under the soaring church roof, the design of this unit showcases the building’s original wood rafters and is all sloping ceilings and interesting angles. 

  • The sweet balcony. Big double patio doors lead out to your outdoor living room, with plenty of space for seating and an awesome view of the quiet, leafy neighbourhood. 

  • The glorious loft bedroom. Head upstairs to an open, inviting sleeping space that overlooks the living area below and has beautiful exposed beams and sunny skylights. Plus, it has a massive dressing room/walk-in closet with tons of storage space.

  • The doggy alcove! Check under the stairs to the upper level, and you’ll see the perfect little nook for your favourite pup. It could also be used as a cozy reading space, a kid’s play area, or for storage. 

  • The location. It’s in Riverdale, on Pape just south of the Danforth. Honestly, do we need to say more? 

Want to book a showing? Give Property.ca Inc. agent Alexia Lewis a shout today!

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