Holy Transformation: Church Home

Holy Transformation: Church Home



Dear, Notapaperhouse.com magazine Readers, be blessed!

With this blissful mood, let’s sneak, what blessed walls could hide. I know it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it really adds variety to the nitty-gritty.

The St Nicholas Church was built in 1790 in Kyloe, Northumberland of the United Kingdom. Taken on as a transformation project in 2002, it is now completed and listed at approx. $1.3 million USD.

I like a mix of rusty with the simple Gothic lines of the stone church. The most breathtaking living space here is the living room: I love the idea of a double staircase, that is leading to the library. If You look closer towards the altar you can see the bedroom. It’s kinda fun to look at the kitchen because it appointed in the chapel place. And the pinnacle of this interior – freestanding french bath in front of the church’s stained glass windows.

And there is nothing left for us but to accept that God has a very good taste…

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