This is a beautifully converted Church, built in 1852. Situated in Hobart, Tasmania, it is a private home known as Pendragon Hall, and has the honor of being listed as #19 of the Top 50 homes in Tasmania.
The building, formerly known as St John the Baptist Church has stylish accommodation, amazing architecture and an extensive history, effortlessly combining modern luxury with old world charm.
Pendragon Hall features an open plan spacious living room with a cosy fireplace, kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two garden courtyards. Of course, let’s not overlook the enormous stained glass windows which would be the envy of any Converted Church owner.
Currently listed for sale at AUD$1,350,000.
See the Website for more information and photos:- http://www.homehound.com.au/120+goulburn+street+hobart+tas+7000/12377918
This stunning Gothic Revival style building, formerly a church, is now one of the largest and most extraordinary single family homes in San Francisco, at 17000 sqft, nestled on 1 acre.
This one-of-a-kind property features a breathtaking living room with soaring, coffered, hand-painted ceilings with magnificent chandeliers, beautiful stained glass windows, as well as impressive arched windows framing Dolores Park. The main living level boasts a spacious chef’s kitchen, extra large formal dining room, open den, two fireplaces, marble bathroom and a stage. The master suite level features a generous bedroom area, library, media area, Roman marble bath, dressing room, home office and incredible 360 degree views from the tower meditation room and deck. This home also includes an expansive ground floor level that could be used as exhibition space, recording studio, private gymnasium, wine cellars and/or large home office. The garage accommodates 4-6 cars with potential for expansion.
Located in San Francisco’s historic Mission District, and surrounded by some of the city’s most popular restaurants and cafes, it’s currently for sale at $7.5 Million.
See the Website for more information and photos : http://601dolores.com/
One couple bought an historical church in Kyloe, Northumberland UK, which was bult in 1792. They invested a lot of money to maintain its exterior and interior, and if it were not for them, who knows what would have happened to this beautiful church as it was in such poor condition. The couple however readapted the interior to give it a home atmosphere. As an added bonus, it has my most desired feature – a Graveyard 🙂
The Church was for sale back in 2008, for US$1million.
For more details and photos see : http://www.travelet.com/2009/07/one-pair-bought-and-converted-church-into-home-in-kyloe-northumberland/
Originally built in 1870, today this renovated church is a true modern architectural masterpiece.
The conversion has created an extremely modern living space in harmony with the original design, whilst paying great attention to light, space and functionality. The original nave (14 meters high) is impressive, but the design of the interior is cleverly balanced to ensure that those whom call the church “home” are not lost in its vastness.
For more detail and photos, see this Website: http://woonkerkxl-utrecht-netherlands.marquetteturner.com/