Though it was once a 19th Century Anglican Church, this original architecture borrows many of its lines and geometry from Gothic architecture. Bagnato Architects created the conversion to be an infusion of past meets present, with a memorable solution.
5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms take over the interior space, each of them perfectly appointed and with luxurious patterned fabrics in cut velvet and damask prints. A mezzanine level showcases the gorgeous arches, while the basement allows for media and fitness rooms. Finishes are a sight to be seen, as well. Marble and limestone are a wonderful addition– and the fireplace is an amazing Nero Tempesta marble that’s perfectly accented by the gold light fixtures and wood ceiling overhead.