I’ve seen a fair number of conversion projects in the city, but few that so profoundly demonstrate the care, creativity and compassion that Dog Day Developers put forth. It’s a stunning project, and the finest suite I’ve toured in the building.
Originally built as the Church of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Cyrian, this former Anglican church is now home to just sixteen residential units.
Townhome eight is the second-largest suite in the building, and a rare opportunity to own a four bedroom home, with ample family living space, abundant storage, a spacious kitchen and direct access two car garage parking.
The owners worked carefully with the developer and architect to customize and improve their suite to provide a gracious floorplan and optimal room sizes. The building’s graceful heritage has been carefully fused with timeless modern elements to create a balanced and timeless interior. The home is a seamless balance of the original structure with modern elements that will endure.
Located in a vibrant pocket of Toronto, with easy access to transit, shopping, new restaurants, Dufferin Grove park and Bloor West.
Now Available For Sale.