Living in a Converted Church

Living in a Converted Church

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Rachael Grad
Apr 1, 2013

How would you feel about living in a converted church?  Here in Toronto, I've noticed a large number of homes for sale that were once churches, like the former Methodist Church (above) in the High Park neighborhood, recently divided into 24 condos. If you're a lover of light, there are obvious benefits to the large church windows, but it leaves me wondering: how you would decorate the inside?

The condos in this building have both ornate and industrial architectural features: intricately detailed windows, exposed brick and exposed pipes. Leftover pews are incorporated into the common areas. 

Would you live in a former church? If so, how would you decorate it?

To see more of this property, check out Toronto Life

(Images: Toronto Life)

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