It’s not everyday you see a gothic church building turned into a decadent set of digs, but that’s exactly what you’ll find with the London Church Conversion, which is currently fetching $15.5 million. While it retains its original church look, and looks like it’s still a house of worship, inside this redux is something else entirely.
Rows of pews and crosses have been removed and replaced, and it now has heated parquet floors and marble details. It uses the full-height sanctuary for a living room and cooking area, and it has a single bedroom on one floor and three bedrooms with en suites on the floors above. There’s also a full bar with room for up to six stools, making it a perfect after hours spot. The home also impressively contains a private patio with its own waterfall, original stained glass windows, and a gym. [Purchase]