Condo Conversion of Howard Park Methodist Church in Toronto
Built in 1910, the limestone-clad Howard Park Methodist Church in Toronto was converted into the Abbey Lofts in 2007. Anything but square, these three-level condos feature high ceilings, twisting staircases, and lookout in the former bell tower (bell sold separately).
This penthouse is the crown jewel of the Abbey Lofts, a former Howard Park Methodist church, built in 1910 in Toronto, Canada.
Converted Church House in California Wine Country
Nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley wine country, this is the ultimate wine country retreat is perfect for secluded getaways or hosting fabulous parties. The property features a meticulously-restored 130-year-old church and a modern guest house on ±1.7 acres of beautifully-manicured grounds.
Between and surrounding the two homes is a garden paradise masterfully blending raw natural beauty, rich architecture, and antique charm, offering a one-of-a-kind property to cherish for generations.
– Debi Roks
St. Jakobus Converted Church in Utrecht
This abandoned church in Utrecht, Netherlands is another converted church house project from the talented team at Zecc Architects. While the outside of this Gothic maintains most of its original charm, the interior of the church underwent a stunning transformation.
The beautiful Gothic building was transformed on the inside into a modern home with a white color scheme with preserved architectural details.