A Kitchen In a Converted 1869 Church

A Kitchen In a Converted 1869 Church

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Cambria Bold
Nov 21, 2013
(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

It's not everyday you get to live in a 1869 Gothic Revival church that's been converted into a home. But that's exactly where Dan and Sarah live. Their seven-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot home in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario is a former church complete with a Juliette bell tower balcony, stained glass windows and 30-foot ceilings built with British Colombian Douglas Fir beams.

(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

You can see the placement of the kitchen within the home here!

(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

There's even a pay phone on the wall! (Not original to the house, obviously, just a fun detail.)

(Image credit: Justice Darragh)

See the Full Tour → Dan and Sarah's Songbird Church House at Apartment Therapy

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