New England Church Now Modern Home!
New England is famous for its picturesque white churches with their soaring steeples. In Greenwich, Connecticut, Santiago and Bonnie Suarez bought one and made it their home. The 19th-century structure, once home to a Baptist congregation, was transformed by the architectural firm, Gray Organschi, into a contemporary home now on the market at $1.8 million. With two bedrooms and two baths and 2,418 square feet, the home’s features include a 20’ wall perfect for art collectors, 16’ ornate widows, a Venetian chandelier from Murano, and a white-cedar front door that the owners modeled after a Japanese sushi bar. Anchoring the home is a free-floating birch pod above the kitchen, which was previously the church choir. The church was built in 1852 and was renovated, restored and transformed in 2007. The listing agent is Liz Forest from Douglas Elliman.Must SeeTop 10 Florida Condos For Sale