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Converted Minnesota church offers high ceilings, stained-glass windows

Former churches make for intriguing single-family homes thanks to their impossibly tall ceilings, wide-open spaces, and stained-glass windows that let in streams of colored light. There’s also the connection with living in a home that served as a sacred space for so many. We’ve seen quite a few converted churches arise in our weekly accounting of the most popular properties—and for home buyers who want a home unlike any other, these holy houses make perfect sense.

This example in Minnesota features cozy, carved-out spaces; a modern kitchen; and a smart use of space and existing architectural elements. Peep at the listing photos to see if you feel the spirit of inspiration move you.

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This historic church from 1900 has undergone a gorgeous transformation. It’s now a modern two-bedroom, 3,027-square-foot home that artfully incorporated the structure’s architectural history.

And there’s even some customization work left for a buyer. A partly finished basement beckons a new owner to bless it with whatever her heart desires.

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