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What’s old is new again. Discover churches that have been renovated, restored and transformed into unique and captivating residences. $948,000 USD | Annapolis, Maryland | TTR Sotheby’s International Realty Originally built in 1895, this historic church in Downtown Annapolis was converted in 2003 by architect John Pill.

$249,000 USD | Clarksville, Missouri | Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty

This Georgian-style building used to serve as the Grace Church and was built in 1940.  Now a home and art gallery, the property still features the Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ, preserved walnut wainscoting and one of the pews provides seating at the 10-foot dining table.  In addition, it has a barrel roof, five-foot porthole windows and locally-made walnut cabinets.

Grace House was also just featured in The Week’s May publication: “Best properties on the market”.