A church in London has been converted into an uber-luxurious residence


Renovations are all about transforming or repurposing it in an interesting way. Well, some creative house flipper took the idea of repurposing to a whole new level by converting an out-of-use church into luxury home. On the outside, exposed bricks and a wide shape will leave you convinced that this has to be an old school place of worship, but on the inside, white walls, posh furniture and a modern décor make it pretty unrecognizable. The retention of some cool details including stained glass and arched windows give this house an extra burst of character.

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The palatial house now features four bedrooms with ensuite baths and walk in closets. Other noteworthy features include a gym and a private patio with its own waterfall. With 6,167 sq. feet of space on offer, the house comes with the price tag of £10 million which today amounts to over US$14.7 million. Considering the property is located in London, where property rates are currently soaring, this would be considered a good price in some circles.
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The house is both spacious and stylish and considering the square footage, we’ll bet that the bedrooms are pretty massive. Check out the pictures and see for yourself!
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