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There Go The Rectories: Triplex Conversion Lists for $599K

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Near Clark and Belmont, an old rectory has something to offer the non-ecclesiastical population. Converted to 10 condos in the 1990s, the building's triplex penthouse just hit the market for $599K. The place isn't enormous—-2,000 square feet—but it's got all the tricks for suggesting largeness: tall windows, a double-height living/dining room, skylights, and multiple balcony access points. The 3/3 home also throws in a private roof deck, slate and marble baths, and a heated garage. If you thought the church might be spared this fate, think again. Even glitzier units inhabit the neighboring house of worship.
·Listing: 3100 N Kenmore Ave #3G [Curbed Marketplace]