If you’re seeking a private study nook or a secluded outdoor retreat, then one unique loft in Toronto’s High Park North neighbourhood offers a terrace with a historical twist.
Suite M316 in 260 High Park’s Sanctuary Loft collection features a two-storey tower, topped with a private, walled outdoor terrace. This church conversion project repurposes the heritage-designated High Park Alhambra Church, originally built in 1908, into a series of lofts, townhomes and condominiums.
As shown in the architectural floorplans, the 3,054-square-foot loft includes a multi-storey tower in the suite’s southeast corner. The tower’s lower level houses the master bedroom’s ensuite and walk-in closet, followed by a second bathroom and a study area on the upper and tower floors. A winding staircase takes the homeowner to a 182-square-foot terrace at the top of the loft’s tower. The most recent data from BuzzBuzzHome prices M316 at $4,199,900.
Harnessing the features of the early 20th-century church, the living and dining areas on the suite’s lower level are framed by arched cathedral windows which extend to the open upper level. M316’s two-bedroom-plus-den layout also has two additional terraces on the upper floor for a total of 326 square feet of personal outdoor space. A quartz waterfall kitchen island, custom European bathroom cabinetry and a designated laundry area are a few of the extra features you’ll find in this praise-worthy loft.
Developed by Medallion Capital Group, 260 High Park is expected to wrap up construction in early 2022. When complete, the 70-unit project will be close to High Park, the Junction neighbourhood and the Line 2 Bloor–Danforth TTC subway route.
According to the latest pricing data from BuzzBuzzHome, sales for 260 High Park range from $879,900 to $4,199,900.