Want to live outside the box? Zoocasa has uncovered some of the most unusual homes for sale in Canada right now, and you might just find the perfect one for you.
From a converted church on the ocean to a former classroom to a loft with a hidden doorway to a secret room, these truly are the most out-of-the-box homes we’ve seen.
Here are 7 of the most unusual homes for sale in Canada right now. Let us know what you think!
This trendy multi-level condo is located in the Stinson Lofts, a historic building that was built in 1894 and was once used as a school.
It features 20-foot ceilings and exposed brick, with new appliances and a parking spot next to the private balcony entrance.
This colourful houseboat is located in the colourful and iconic Fisherman’s Wharf in downtown Victoria.
The two-bedroom home comes with all the comforts of being on land, with the added perks of being right on the ocean and one of the city’s most desirable areas.
This three-bedroom, three-bath loft is located in a limestone-clad Gothic Revival church that was built in 1910.
The spectacular condo is located steps from Sunnyside Park, Roncesvalles, and Bloor West Village.
And it goes without saying that the stained glass windows are truly the standout feature.
Located in St. James Town, this unique property has a hidden den that’s only accessible through a secret doorway.
According to the listing, the building was once a steam plant and has been converted into 31 residential hard lofts.
The entrance to the hidden room is disguised as a built-in coat rack and is located in a converted steam stack.
This unique home for sale is one of just 25 floating properties in the Scarborough Bluffs gated community.
The home is ideal for the summer months, with multiple decks to soak up the waterfront views, including a rooftop terrace.
The high ceilings and large windows give the interior a spacious feel. It comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, appliances, and even two parking spaces.
Formerly the Baptist Church Of East Jeddore, this property has been part of the Eastern Shore community since the 1890s.
Inside it’s both warm and cozy, with 24-foot cathedral ceilings and breathtaking views of fishing boats sailing through the ocean.
If you’re a fan of the sitcom Friends, you’ll love this all-purple Friends-themed condo that is fully decked out in memorabilia from the show.
From the Rangers T-Shirt framed on the bedroom wall to a “Central Perk” mug, to a replica of Joey/Emma’s “Hugsy” Penguin – the current owners have really nailed down those standout details that made it such a memorable watch.
And it doesn’t hurt that it’s located in a fantastic neighbourhood in the heart of downtown Victoria.