Property of the Week: $849,900 Mission Townhome That Used to Be a Synagogue

It has a rooftop patio.

The living room has a gas burning fireplace.

Where it is

1770 Centre St. S.E.

The history

This luxury townhome was originally built as the House of Israel synagogue. Construction on the synagogue began in 1930 and was completed in 1949. The brick and stucco building featured round arches and Art Deco details and was used by the Jewish community until 1979. In 1998, the building was renovated and turned into private residences.

What to love

Beside the fact it’s located in the extremely walkable neighbourhood of Mission, there’s much to appreciate in this three-bedroom, four-bath home. Lovable features include 12-foot ceilings, deluxe Viking brand kitchen appliances, granite countertops, rooftop patio and two car garage.

What to consider

Free parking can be limited in Mission, which is something to consider when you throw a party on your rooftop patio.

The stats

2,585 square feet including a fully finished lower level
3 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
1 gas burning fireplace
2 car garage which could be converted into a 3 car garage
1 full size wine fridge
1 rooftop patio

Listed for $849,900 with realtor Christina Hagerty.

The living room has a gas burning fireplace.

A built-in-bar and full size wine fridge make entertaining easy.

The kitchen has Viking stainless steel appliances.

A skylight in the open concept main floor provides lots of natural light.

Take in the Calgary skyline from the rooftop patio.

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