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.
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.