- A historic Vermont church has been converted into a modern, five-bedroom home.
- Dating back to the late 19th century, the bright blue residence blends historic details with modern touches.
- Take a look inside the church-turned-home, which comes with a stained glass windows, cabinets made from recycled pews, and a bell tower.
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The home is currently listed by Sue Bishop of Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty for $375,000 and as of September 24 was listed as "contract pending."
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyPainted bright blue, the home sits on just under three quarters of an acre in Castleton, Vermont, within close distance to the Lakes Region and less than an hour's drive from Killington and Okemo ski resorts.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyThe former sacristy is now an office and workshop space with its own entrance.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyOn the main level is an open concept kitchen, living area, and dining area. Windows allow natural light to flood in ...
Source: Sotheby's International Realty... and the space includes a pellet stove for extra warmth in the winter.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyAttached to the main living area is an in-law suite with a master bedroom, lounge, bathroom, and separate kitchen.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyThe suite's kitchen cabinets are made from recycled church pews.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyConnecting the first and second floors is a winding, wooden staircase.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyThe upstairs is home to the majority of the home's bedrooms, including a two-level master suite.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyUnlike the other bedrooms, the master comes with a private dressing room and bell tower nook.
Source: Sotheby's International RealtyAll have access to a second-floor balcony overlooking the altar space, which seems like the perfect space to enjoy a morning coffee.
Source: Sotheby's International Realty