If you love the idea of living in a home with an interesting history, you should consider buying…a church?  Yes!  Churches provide great spaces for home-conversion buffs, and luckily, there are an abundance of properties available that once were home to congregations. Stained glass windows, soaring ceilings and lavish open floor plans appeal to those looking for an unconventional living space.  Check out these church-to-home conversions:

Church of Living - This church’s architectural details, such as high ceilings and stained glass windows, have remained while a modern interior style was created featuring a white color scheme and wood flooring.  Note the preserved organ and large cross above the entrance.


St. Jakobus Church - This abandoned church built in the gothic style was transformed into a modern home while preserving historical details.

Church in South Australia - This charming 1850s church was transformed into a contemporary dwelling with three bedrooms, kitchen/living/dining area, theatre room, patio and garden. It features tile flooring and built in lighting.


San Francisco Church - Built in 1909, this church overlooks Mission Dolores Park. It has been revamped into a luxurious residence with wood ceiling décor and exposed brick walls.


Churches converted into homes offer unique, spacious and appealing dwellings.  This amazing renovation is available in Christiansburg VA right now:


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