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Three beds, two baths and hardwood floors throughout are just some of the typical features you might see on a real estate listing. That said, there are a lot of unique properties that are anything but traditional.

Like, for example, this church-turned-condo in Toronto’s west end.

Originally built in 1914, this property was converted into 17 multi-level suites in 2015 and features some of the coolest living spaces in the city. The units feature high-end finishes and sleek designs, tall ceilings and natural sunlight. Original brick and wooden beams are exposed throughout and stone columns and carved angels can be seen around the property. It’s also steps away from one of Toronto’s subway lines.

We took a tour of one of the unit’s that is currently up for grabs (at time of posting) for a whopping $1.3-million. Check out the full posting and watch our video clip above to get a better look.