Old, historic building transformations are always the best when done right. These landmarks that are reminiscent of founding a particular area in an era of growth hold so much history and richness in architecture that just can’t be replicated these days. The First Church of Christ Scientist in the Seattle area of Washington was built in the early 1900s and opened its doors for worship in 1911.
Now, the Classical Revival style building offers up a spot for families to dwell, and all are in meticulous floor plans that all incorporate gorgeous facets of the old space. There are 12 townhomes in all, with a few for sale and many with beautiful city skyline views. The interiors are a perfect mix of new meets old world, with sleek finishes and clean lines all paired up with the ornate moldings, cathedral ceilings and massive archways.