Extraordinary Properties

Captivating Church Conversions

By Sotheby's

W hat’s old is new again. Discover churches that have been renovated, restored and transformed into unique and captivating residences from the Sotheby’s International Realty® network.

 Annapolis, Maryland

Originally built in 1895, this historic church in Downtown Annapolis was converted in 2003 by architect John Pill.  As homage to the property’s roots, the home features the original stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings.  Spanning over 2,300 square-feet, the residence includes two bedrooms and an in-unit elevator.

$948,000, Property ID: JTYG26
TTR Sotheby's International Realty

Clarksville, Missouri

This Georgian-style building used to serve as the Grace Church and was built in 1940.  Now a home and art gallery, the property still features the Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ, preserved walnut wainscoting and one of the pews provides seating at the 10-foot dining table.  In addition, it has a barrel roof, five-foot porthole windows and locally-made walnut cabinets.

$249,000, Property ID: XPMZWJ
Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty

Muiden, North Holland, Netherlands

Once the Singel Church, this building, located 15 minutes outside of Amsterdam, was converted to a residence by its current owner.  The light-filled home features five bedrooms and boasts over 3,100 square-feet of living space, high ceilings and dark limestone tile floors.

Price Upon Request, Property ID: M9P9DJ
Netherlands Sotheby's International Realty

Chicago, Illinois

This historic cathedral in Chicago has been masterfully converted into a condominium building.  A three-bedroom apartment, this unit is highlighted by its circular foyer with high ceilings, a large Gothic-style arched window and an exposed brick wall.  The residence also features a chef’s kitchen, large private balcony and hardwood floors throughout.

$875,000, Property ID: YGCH6F
Jameson Sotheby's International Realty

Lyme, Connecticut

A historic church from 1874, this property was renovated over the past two years into a unique six-bedroom residence.  The home boasts pressed tin ceilings, restored wide pine floors and leaded glass windows.  Additional features include a commercial-grade kitchen and lush, private gardens.

$799,000, Property ID: 4CZF36
William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty

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