If you’ve always dreamed of living in a church conversion, but with the comforts of a new home, Sunday School Lofts may just be the answer to your prayers. This heavenly space, retaining the front facade of the Baptist church built almost a century ago, is an education in gracious living.
Located at the corner of Danforth and Dewhurst, this intimate four-storey residence has 32 spacious units ranging from a 583 sf one-bedroom suite to a rambling 1,435 sf, three-bedroom penthouse.
Originally built in 1925, this heritage building housed the Temple Baptist Church until the parish relocated and the building was sold in 2013. After standing empty for a few years, the building was bought by Grid Developments; architect George Popper recognized the incredible possibilities of converting this neighbourhood landmark into a truly special residence.
Sunday School Lofts is the perfect combination of past and present, old and new. The thoughtful design respects the building’s history, maintaining the charm and simplicity of the original Georgian Classical design.
Elegant Credit Valley stone highlights the building’s clean lines and symmetrical, rectangular shape. Modern elements compliment the historic architecture in a contemporary, pleasing combination.