The £10M London Church Conversion

London’s most recent real estate mecca gives new meaning to the idea that your home should be your own place of worship. In North Kensington’s Kenmont Gardens a converted church is for sale. The ex-church, through expert renovation, has retained some of its original detail, but is still very much a home.

Its full-height sanctuary ceilings add a remarkable touch to a modern living room, dining room, and kitchen. Heated parquet flooring and stunning marble columns and detailing, and original stained glass windows only add to the home’s rich splendor. The four-bedroom home boasts floor-to-ceiling doors opening out to a private outdoor patio complete with waterfall.

The converted church’s foundations may trace back to decades prior, but it is still, by all accounts, a modern home, with features like New York and Corian Concrete work surfaces, electronic Velux windows, Lutron lighting, air conditioning, walk-in wardrobes, and an iron staircase.

Dubbed “London’s Church Conversion,” the Kenmont Gardens property is on sale for £10M ($15.4M). Viewings can be set up through Foxtons via the link below.

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