This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K

Located in Ethel, this Ontario church for sale has been transformed into a dreamy home.

The former church, built in 1877, still has many of its original gorgeous features like Gothic stained-glass windows.

This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K Brian Chalmers | Keller Williams Lifestyles Realty

If you love to entertain, this house would be perfect. The vast 1,500-square-foot living room is bigger than many apartment units and has enough space for a piano and several sofas.

This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K Brian Chalmers | Keller Williams Lifestyles Realty

One unique feature is the former altar area, which is now a giant daybed where you'll want to lay down and read a book.

This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K Brian Chalmers | Keller Williams Lifestyles Realty

Inside, it also has five bedrooms, and one of two bathrooms has a pedestal soaker tub where you'll want to have relaxing bubble baths.

This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K Brian Chalmers | Keller Williams Lifestyles Realty

Outside, there is ample space to grow a garden of fresh vegetables, and there is a patio where you can grill up burgers.

If you are looking to move outside of the bustling city, this home might be perfect for you.

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This Ontario Church Has Been Transformed Into A Massive Home & Costs Under $600K

Brian Chalmers | Keller Williams Lifestyles Realty

Price: $589,900

Address: 44418 Brandon Rd., Ethel, ON

Description: This dreamy converted church is cheaper than many Toronto condos and has five bedrooms.

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