Real estate is a hot market in Ontario right now, which is probably why this property might look too good to be true.
A historic church in southwestern Ontario is currently up for sale, and the starting price is listed at $1.
Yes, actually, and yes, this is Price is Right style.
St. Jude’s Anglican Church is located at 81 Peel Street in Brantford. The Church is a National Historic Site of Canada, and is filled with murals and artwork.
St. Jude’s was built in 1871 and is distinguished by its striking interior, painted in 1936, which features a series of painted murals and decorative motifs influenced by the Arts-and-Crafts movement and modelled on the work of the movement’s founder, William Morris.
According to the listing, the church’s land size is 92.25′ x 165.61′ and is equipped with a banquet hall and parking.
Sitting at a prime location near a university campus, it has quick access to the highway and several amenities. The listing does state that interested parties to do due diligence with regards to rezoning/future use.
All offers shall be reviewed June 12, so get that bid in!
And if you’re wondering why someone would want to buy a church, here’s your answer.