The home above, from 1877, was an old sandstone church in Houghton that was transformed into a modern residence in 1977. Images via Desire to Inspire. The next home was a Gothic church from 1870 in Utrecht that was turned into a minimal contemporary home in 2009 by Zecc Architects.
Next we move onto a church that took on a softer, more rustic and homey feel. Images via Homedit.
And lastly, also from Homedit, a church from Northumberland, England that features a warm and peaceful Georgian decor.
With a church's unique history and inherent meaning, would you feel comfortable calling it home? (Images: as linked above)