There are many astonishing renovations all over the internet, but this one is one of the best in the collection.
The old St. Nicholas church was abandoned and left in ruins in the North of England. No one bothered to renovate it, but one couple rolled up their sleeves and got to work.
They decided to buy it, renovate it and move in, but it wasn’t an easy task. When you see what they did with the church, it will amaze you, to say the least!
The church was build in 1790 in Northumberland, England. No one bothered to renovate this “ruin” since it was shut down in 1980s.
This is the entrance to this amazing, small castle made of stone.
The couple did a great job with the whole house, but let’s start with the kitchen!
The castle has big land with garden and a shack.
Inside this home there are 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, 2 kitchens and more to be done in the future.
The couple kept its authenticity of a church and made a beautiful mix of styles… just look at this amazing bathroom.
A dining hall with high ceiling is right in the middle of the church. It almost gives an impression like secret societies gather to eat right here!
The second bathroom is perfect for the guests and has bigger king-size bad than my main bedroom!
But the master bedroom is a bit different. Instead of an altar they’ve put in a large bed, lit by eight authentic glass paintings.
For those who need a bit of height this should be more than enough! Here’s the open living room with cozy furniture.
The effort they put in this project deserves an applause… or at least a share!
Besides this house that looked like it was about to fall into itself until one family stepped in, this is one of our favorite renovations lately – would you give it a shot and live here for a while?
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