Condomonium: $1.2 million for a suite in a former Sunday school near Dovercourt and Bloor
ADDRESS: 110 Hepbourne Street, Unit 103
NEIGHBOURHOOD: Dufferin Grove
AGENT: Christopher Dunlop, Royal LePage Estate Realty
THE PLACE: A two-level suite in Hepbourne Hall, an extension to the Dovercourt–St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church that was converted into 21 lofts in 1992. The building wasn’t just used for Sunday school classes—the 1940s Maple Leafs used the gym for off-season training.
BRAGGING RIGHTS: The unit has a “cube room,” which is not the setting of a Canadian sci-fi movie, but a family room with perfect 13’8-by-13’8 dimensions, high ceilings and access to an outdoor terrace.
BIG SELLING POINT: As a ground-floor unit with ensuite parking, this place is perfect for condo lovers who don’t care for skyscrapers.
POSSIBLE DEAL BREAKER: This building is self-managed (hence the low maintenance fees), which could be a downside for buyers used to the professional management in larger buildings.
BY THE NUMBERS:
• 2,225 square feet of interior space
• $396.62 in monthly maintenance fees
• 180-square-foot terrace
• Over 13-foot-high ceilings in family room
• 3 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• 2 levels
• 2 parking spaces (private entrance)
• 1 wood-burning fireplace
• 1 gas fireplace
• 1 sauna
• 1 Jacuzzi