1869 Gothic Revival Converted Church in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario
This 1869 Gothic Revival church was converted into a family home in 1999 by Master Craftsman Peter Wenniger, who crafted an immaculate church conversion featuring the original Juliette bell tower balcony, stained glass windows and 30-foot ceilings supported by pressure fit British Colombian Douglas Fir beams.
With a swing in the living room?? Yes, please!
Westbourne Grove Partially Converted Church in England
Westbourne Grove Church is boasts one of the oldest Baptist congregation in Notting Hill, formed back in 1823. According to the Westbourne Grove Church Website, the original building was financed by the congregation, including local shopkeepers, merchants, businessmen, and builders.
In 2001 the church shifted it’s vision and looked into ways the enormous church building could be used to server the local community. Working with the Manhattan Loft Corporation, the church retains the use of the original first floors of the building, while the top four floors were converted into stunning modern apartments.
The entire 4,300 square foot apartment is centered around a large double-height, light-filled space framed by spectacular arched windows, perfectly encapsulating the views beyond.
Chingford Chapel Loft Conversion in London, England
This extraordinary conversion of a circa-1890s Church in London, England is the work of Brazilian interior designer Gianna Camilotti, who earned three prominent international design awards for her work.
Faithfully holding on to the best of the original architectural features and integrity of the space while fully embracing bright white minimalist modern amenities and decor.
– Apartment Therapy