There is a post on Apartment Therapy about churches that have been turned into homes: The Ultimate in Upcycling: Homes in Converted Churches.
It corresponded nicely with a home I was in over the weekend. The house was built in 1883, and has a private chapel inside. With 20’ ceilings, and an organ to match.
The owners use it for “storage.”
I wasn’t there for a house tour, so I was a little reluctant to gape and frame pictures beautifully… but you can see that when this house goes for sale, I’ll be marching Paul over there. To show him all the “storage” space.
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