Millbrook Church House
Description of Property at
40 KING STREET WEST
Breathtaking spiritual and cultural landmark in the historic village of Millbrook, Ontario. Formerly Millbrook's St. Andrew's United Church, the building has since been used as a performing arts centre, a healing clinic and most recently, a private concert and community events venue. Described in historical accounts as "the most beautiful country church east of Toronto" when its cornerstone was laid in 1883. Life in the church has been enshrined for local residents in much-loved Millbrook Times humour column, The Church House (aliveatthechurchhouse.blogspot.com). Zoning allows an owner's dwelling unit in the building to enable the owner to live, work and play under one roof. 4000+ square feet on each of two floors with additional mezzanine and towers above second floor. Gorgeous stained glass windows in sanctuary, including rare rendition in glass of Holman Hunt's famous painting, Light of the World, by McCausland of Toronto. New windows and huge artisanal stone fireplace on lower level. Exterior trim recently re-painted. Property comes complete with its own woods and babbling brook.
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