London-based studio DOSarchitects converted in 2008 the top two floors of the Westbourne Grove Church, a 1853 Baptist chapel located in London’s Notting Hill.
The now 4,300 square foot loft-like residence offers an open floor plan, double height ceilings and bright interiors for its lucky owners.
Dutch studio Leijh, Kappelhof, Seckel, van den Dobbelsteen Architecten completed the God’s Loftstory project.
The architects converted a historical Dutch church into a unique loft living space in Haarlo, a village in the province of Gelderland, The Netherlands.
Completed in 1866, this full sandstone church is one of the two nineteenth century churches located in Houghton, a small town in the Adelaide Hills in Australia.
Converted after the formation of the uniting church in 1977, the now family home offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Originally constructed in 1867 as the Church of Palms, this historic building located in Brisbane, Australia, was converted into a luxury home by Australian practice Willis Greenhalgh Architects.
The now contemporary residence features a large gourmet kitchen, a wine cellar, a saltwater swimming pool, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a mezzanine area with study, a library and media room and landscaped gardens.
Established in the 1850s in honor of Reverend James Bickford, this small church located in Adelaide, Australia, was converted and renovated in 2011.
The contemporary residence has an open style living room with 16-foot ceiling, three spacious bedrooms, a theater room with cafe doors leading out to a very private decking area.
Mill Hill is a landmark heritage church, located in Bondi, close to Sydney’s center in Australia.
Baker Kavanagh Architects have converted the church into two luxury apartments, planned around internal courtyards.
The original ironwork and windows have been retained, while new timber floors reference the existing timbers of the church ceiling.
Two contemporary terraces with a contrasting aesthetic were built adjacent to the church, in stark contrast to the heritage features that have been retained inside the church apartments.
This penthouse is the crown jewel of the Abbey Lofts, a former Howard Park Methodist church, built in 1910 in Toronto, Canada.
the structure switched affiliations a few times—United in 1925, then evangelical in 1970—before turning into residences in 2008.
The 2,700-square-foot four-story penthouse sits inside the bell tower of the church and features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a media room and a 550 square-foot roof terrace.
An extraordinary space, but perhaps not for everyone.
The owner of this former church overlooking San-Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park converted it into a single-family home with three bedrooms.
The church built in 1909, was bought in 2007 by commercial property developer Siamak Akhavan. The brick exterior was upgraded, leaks were repaired, new floors added, and stain-glass windows restored.