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This century old church building has been divided into 12 different townhomes and Unit 5 just popped up onto the market. HOLY TOWNHOUSE (okay the puns end here). Sitting pretty at $1,878,000, the town-home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, is 2,610 square feet and being sold by Coldwell Banker Bain's Dawn Bourdo. (Image courtesy of Heiser Media).

Take Me to Church: $1.8m townhome for sale in 100-year-old church on Capitol Hill

It's easy to look around all the new, shiny, modern Seattle real estate and think that's all our city is now. The wave of folks moving to our Emerald City means a lot more cookie cutter town homes and apartment complexes that all kind of look alike (nothing wrong with that - heck, I live in one)!

Which is why it feels extra special when someone goes out of their way to do something a little, different.

A complex on Capitol Hill is catching the attention of many eager homeowners. Why, you ask? Well, it's not just any old building. It's a church.

That's right! This century-old church building has been divided into twelve different town-homes; and Unit 5 just popped up onto the market.

HOLY TOWNHOUSE!*

While it's obviously no longer an active church - the designer and architecture have been re-imaged to include some of the original details, plus a few modern elements.

We're talking a two-story art glass window, vaulted ceilings, you know - everything you'd want from a church. Errr, a home. A church home.

Never in my entire life did I think I would want to live in a church - until NOW.

Sitting pretty at $1,878,000, the town-home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, is 2,610 square feet and being sold by Coldwell Banker Bain's Dawn Bourdo. We have a feeling this baby is going to go lickety-split.

Have a blessed day.

Find more information on the Coldwell listing.

*(get it?)


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