What once were houses of worship, are now houses to worship.
This modern-looking home that was built from a 124-year-old Anglican church.
Photos: Bagnato Architects
Located in Melbourne’s Moonee Ponds and designed by Bagnato Architects.
This home with impossibly tall ceilings and an indoor climbing wall.
Photos: Linc Thelen Design
This beautiful 5,500-square-foot church conversion is located in Chicago.
This quaint Airbnb rental in the English countryside.
Photos: Evolution Design
Located near Middleton-in-Teesdale, England, a nightly stay will set you back approximately $540 USD.
This church in the Netherlands that was transformed into a lovely loft home.
Photos: Zecc Architecten
This heavenly home with vaulted ceilings and a private patio pool.
Photos: WG Architects
Willis Greenhalgh Architects is responsible for this 146-year-old church-to-residential conversion in Brisbane, Australia.
This almost clinical conversion in London’s Notting Hill.
Photos: DOS Architects
The two top floors of England’s iconic Westbourne Grove Church were converted into a stunning home by DOS Architects.
This rustic church house.
This penthouse parish in London, England.
Photos: Gianna Camilotti
All praise goes to interior design firm Gianna Camilotti for this conversion.
This cozy chapel home in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario.
Photos: Apartment Therapy
With a swing in the living room?? Yes, please. Lots more info and images this way.
This spacious home with a mezzanine overlooking the main living area.
If you’re going to live in a church you best have a grand piano in the living room, if not a chapel organ and full choir. This handsome four-bedroom home is on the market for $15.25 million USD.
This divine apartment with a stunning rose window.
This very open-concept home in the small Dutch town of Haarlo.
The master bedroom’s in-suite bathtub overlooks the main living area from a glass-encased loft.
This 3,800-square-foot home in rural Maryland.
Converted from a church that was originally built in the late 1880s.
This angelic house with arches aplenty.
This rental apartment in Brooklyn’s Spire Lofts.
Spire Lofts is a collection of apartments that were converted from New York City’s Saint Vincent De Paul Church at 167 N 6th Street in Williamsburg. More info and images right here.
And finally, the “Church of the Living” in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Photos: Zecc Architecten
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