Converted churches seem to be popping up like traditional routes of religion are going out of style, and this New Orleans 1927 built church has been renovated to create a main residence and three apartment units in the NOLA garden area. While much of this home is contemporary in the art and furnishings inside, each space stays true to its traditional southern roots.
The church had multiple lives in the 80s and 90s before winding up in its current state– which includes beautiful original detailing and shiny hardwood floors. Twenty-six foot ceilings are the norm in these interiors, with extended ceiling fans and ornate medallions to create some unique interest. Large windows offer up filtered sunlight and enormous staircases look like something out of a storybook in this magnificent conversion. Oh, and did we mention it is for sale?