House Crazy Sarah is in love with old churches that people have turned into homes.
This one in central Michigan just popped up for sale before Christmas so she had to share it with you!
Located in a small rural town called Onondaga (northwest of Detroit), this 1877 church was converted to a house by its current owners. Apparently, they did all the renovations themselves, so kudos to that level of vision and talent!
The foyer/coat room makes a brilliant first impression…
This stunning conversion has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in 3,748 square feet.
The owners kept the open space of the main floor and created a great room with a dining area and kitchen at the far end.
The large designer kitchen features a Viking range, stainless steel appliances, and two dishwashers.
The structure also features two new furnaces, new plumbing, and new electrical.
Imagine the parties or family gatherings you could have here!
On the upper level, there is an open balcony where the choir loft once was.
The centerpiece of the upper floor is the master bedroom with a dramatic vaulted ceiling in the former bell tower:
Adjoining the master is a gorgeous master bathroom:
Claw foot tub!
But the best part of this converted church:
The kids’ playroom!
How freakin’ fun is that?
Outside on the 1.3 acre lot, there is a massive 53×32 ft workshop.
In addition, there is a 860 sqft. modular behind the church/house that could be used as a home-based business or in-law suite (pictured below).
This wonderful property is set in an idyllic country village in rural Michigan.
All this loveliness for only $325,000!