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