Property of the Week: $1 Million Loft Style Townhome

The building was originally a synagogue and later was transformed into townhomes.



 

Where it is 

112 18 Avenue S.E. in Erlton

The history

These luxury townhomes were originally home to the House of Israel synagogue. Construction on the synagogue began in the 1930s and was completed in 1949. It featured round arches and art deco detailing, elements of which are still evident today. It was used as a place of worship until 1979. In the late 1990s it was purchased by a developer, renovated and turned into townhomes. 

What to love

It has 14-foot ceilings, a concrete feature wall, recently renovated chef's style kitchen, large master bedroom with spa-inspired ensuite and it's located in the vibrant and bustling neighbourhood of Mission.

What to consider

112 is in a busy downtown neighbourhood, but it has an attached garage and parking stall so parking for you and guests shouldn't be an issue.

The stats

2,369 square feet plus a partially finished basement
4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
Concrete feature wall
Chef's kitchen
14-foot ceilings

Listed for $1,098,000 with realtor Christina Hagerty

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The large main floor has 14-foot ceilings.

 

The recently renovated kitchen has Sub Zero appliances and a gas range.

 

The concrete feature wall runs the length of the main floor including in the dining room.

 

There's a balcony off of the living room/den.

 

The large master has built-in cupboards.

 

The master ensuite has a soaker tub and concrete accents. 

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