If you’ve been hoping for a one-of-a-kind home in NYC, this apartment in a former church could be the answer to your prayers. The unique Carroll Gardens digs were formerly home to the South Congregational Church until they were converted into condos back in 1984. Thankfully, some of the 19th-century house of worship’s original features were preserved in the renovation as evidenced by the lovely photos of a one bedroom unit in the building seen on Curbed.
The very special apartment offers some truly heavenly features (though at $3,500 a month, you might need some divine intervention to live there). Some of the most notable aspects of the home include remnants of the church’s double-height and vaulted ceilings, original stained-glass windows, ornate moldings and columns, and various Gothic accents throughout.
Although the residence is technically a one-bedroom, it does boast a loft that can be used as another sleeping space or as an office.
The condos are also blessed with hardwood floors, a shared side garden and an F/G subway stop just a block away.
Via NY Curbed