The three-bedroom home boasts 6,000 sq ft across two floors of the loving restoration, complete with a spacious kitchen, large fireplace and a sun room, which was once the sanctuary.
Built in 1858, the Episcopalian church contains the original bell that once summoned worshipers to their congregation, added in 1902.
Upon entering the property guests are greeted by the iconic purple carpet, that ascends the stairs.
The main chapel, including the original organ, acts as a spacious living room, with several floor-to-ceiling windows and a detailed stained glass window depicting Jesus Christ.
The property contains one and a half bathrooms, featuring stone accents, pillared furniture and a spa bathtub.
With the addition of a pantry and an office, the church also includes a laundry room, wired stereo speakers in every room and ample storage.
Situated in Mendota, Illinois, the home sits only a stone’s throw from the local gold club, Lake Mendota and Starved Rock State Park.
The church is currently listed for £237,000 ($299,000).
Realty site: www.specialfinds.com