A heritage landmark has hit the market in the Junction. Penthouse 402 at 152 Annette St. is a converted church that was originally built in the 1800s. Its Romanesque Revival-style architecture was designed by architects Knox & Elliot, and preserved elements of the church can be found inside the 2,800-square-foot unit.
Another unique feature inside this building is the open-air bell tower steeple. It boasts 360-degree views of the neighbourhood that can be enjoyed all year long thanks to a custom glass enclosure. Penthouse 402 has two bedrooms, four bathrooms and a den. It’s currently listed for $2.8699 million.
While the building is over a century old, the kitchen is as modern as they come. It’s designed with high-end appliances and sleek white cabinetry.
There’s plenty of space for a full dining set next to the island.
A skylight and 17-foot-tall ceilings drastically open up the living space.
Original 19th century beaming separates the kitchen from the living area.
Sliding doors open to this enclosed balcony.
This corner has an exposed brick wall and is the perfect spot for a bar table.
A two-way fireplace and skylight can be found in the master bedroom, with a large window overlooking the balcony.
The spacious ensuite bathroom features a double sink and walk-in shower.
There’s also a sizable walk-in closet.
Brick walls and white finishes define the second bedroom.
It also comes with an ensuite bathroom.
A staircase leads to the penthouse’s second level den, which could be used as a third bedroom. There is another half bath on this level as well.
Penthouse 402 – 152 Annette St. is listed with Nick Czarnogorski of Sutton Group – Summit Realty Inc., Brokerage.