The majestic architectural features of old churches create unique focal points in these heavenly converted church houses. With some of these old church conversions, a majority of the original features remain intact while others create entirely new and unique spaces inside these old – and sometimes abandoned – buildings.
Luxurious Converted Church House in The Hamptons
This former church in The Hamptons dates back to 1835 , but the architect-led makeover has created a thoroughly modern and luxurious living space. Dubbed 48 Madison, the 13,000-square-foot home rests just shy of half an acre and features a gorgeous open floor plan. As they say in Real Estate, Location… Location… Location. This stunning home is located only a block off Main Street and comes with some additional luxury perks, including an infinity pool and indoor spa.
You’ll need divine intervention if you don’t have deep pockets, this converted church house recently sold for $7 Million.
Converted Church House in Melbourne
This converted church house is located in Melbourne’s Moonee Ponds and was designed by Bagnato Architects. Using the structural basics of a 124-year-old Anglican church, the team stunningly converted into a gorgeous modern home.
What once were houses of worship, are now houses to worship.
– Michael Aynsley
The Church of Living Converted by Zecc Architects
Considered by many to have set the standard for church conversion homes, Zecc Architects tackles converting an old Catholic church in the Netherlands into a thoroughly modern home.
Specific, characterizing elements, like relics, are maintained and used, by which a nice field of tension comes into existence between the old and new function of the chapel.
– Arch Daily