Religious Renovations

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Aug 29, 2008 • References: apartmenttherapy
For an increasing number of homeowners around the world, living in a converted former church is an attractive option to avoid the monotony of cookie-cutter conventional homes. From single-family chapels to enormous church compounds, a deconsecrated church is the perfect home for someone with an eye for sky-high ceilings and a truly unique space.

Depending on the individual deconsecrated, converted church, there may even be a graveyard as a part of the deal--something that will either appeal to a buyer or turn them off entirely. These images are from a recent BBC series on converted church homes from London to Scotland. Stats for Converted Church Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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