Converted church up for sale with original features intact – including organ, working bell and stained-glass windows

Sleep under the watchful eyes of God in this converted Methodist church, complete with ornate stained-glass windows of Biblical figures and scenes.
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Sleep under the watchful eyes of God in this converted Methodist church, complete with ornate stained-glass windows of Biblical figures and scenes.

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.

Pictured: Inside the converted church. (Credit: Jam Press)

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.

Pictured: Inside the converted church. (Credit: Jam Press)

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

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