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Condo of the Week: $720,000 for an east-end townhouse in a 19th-century church

Condo of the Week: $720,000 for an east-end townhouse in a 19th-century church

Address: 21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4 Neighbourhood: East End-Danforth Agent: Geoffrey Grace, Re/Max Hallmark Realty Ltd., Brokerage Price: $719,900

The Place: A three-bedroom unit in a church-turned-gym-turned-condo in the Upper Beach area. Originally built in 1893, the former Emmanuel Presbyterian Church now contains just ten multi-storey residential units.

Bragging Rights: The Gothic Revival exterior and original stained glass windows will give your Downton Abbey viewing parties the perfect historic touch.

Big Selling Point: The beach is only a 12-minute bike ride away, so you can completely avoid the battles for parking come summer.

Possible Deal Breaker: The lack of on-site amenities may deter those who prefer to work out from the climate-controlled comfort of home. Still, an off-leash dog park, tennis courts and a splash pad are all within walking distance.

By the Numbers: • $719,900 • 1,835 square feet • $227.61 in monthly maintenance fees • 9.5-foot ceilings on main level • 3 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • 1 laundry room • 1 parking space • 1 private backyard

21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4
21 Swanwick Avenue, Unit 4

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