November 14, 2009

Church to Home

For some beautiful eye candy, check out my friend, AngloFilespost on churches which have been converted to homes. There are a load of gorgeous places she’s found, including this one. kensal green That’s good enough to make me a convert. How about you?

12 comments:

  1. Oh my god I want to live there!

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  2. I've seen several homes on Cape Cod converted from churches (and lighthouses.) Two things: fantastic open space and great molding. I could easily go this route.

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  4. This image is phenomenal!! I would love to see more!

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  5. Have you seen the converted church condos in Mt. Vernon? I got a chance to see them when they were originally done, about 15 years ago. I forget if the church is on Calvert or St. Paul. Anyway, Marin Alsop now lives there. The space is magnificent.

    There's also a great one in (my beloved) Cape May. They renovated an old wooden church with a gorgeous steeple and stained glass windows into 3 condos. Trouble is they cost over a million each. Ah, well, a gal can dream . . . !

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  6. Wow - I'm a believer! Always have wanted to renovate an old church - they have such wonderful space - with ultra-high ceilings and tall windows.
    -Lana

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  7. What a space.... unbelievable, so light and airy, would not mind to say OHM there!

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  8. Your blog = love love love & love!!

    Footprints from the very very south part of Sweden, through....

    Agneta

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  9. Just drive on over to corner of Plyers Mill Road and St. Paul Street in Kensington, Maryland to see what had been a little Methodist country church, from 1883, converted to a house in 1922 - and I was lucky to have lived there!

    Suzanne on St. Simons

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  10. Love those windows and wood floors... I could live here too... Fay

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  11. They're living my dream,
    first choice - church,
    next - old schoolhouse...
    or a barn...a really cool old small barn, with a stone wall...
    A girl can dream.

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