Unconventional Home: Church in San Francisco Turned into Family Crib
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Unconventional Home: Church in San Francisco Turned into Family Crib

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A few months ago we featured a post on Freshome about a stunning transformation of a Gothic church in Utrecht into a fabulous living space. Even though many of you stated that living in a former church would be a bit odd, the post was very much appreciated worldwide, which is why we decided to feature a similar project. This particular church overlooking the Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco recently suffered a sever makeover. The owner decided to keep its majestic facade and transform the interiors into a single family home which features no less than three bedrooms, a giant dining room with “surveillance balconies” and long passages for hallways. According to The Wall Street Journal, his church-home is currently inhabited by Mr. Akhavan, who is planning on selling it for $7,49 million.

 

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