Another heavenly Swedish church conversion has hit the market, this time on the island of Gotland. The sweet, twin-pinnacled Roma Larsarve 190 was built in 1905 as a Mission House but fully renovated in 2013 to become a contemporary holiday home. The makeover retained many of the building’s original details—including the high vaulted ceilings, stained glass, and wide plank floorboards—while also giving it a more modern, livable vibe.
The first floor of the roughly 2,400-square-foot home has an office, enormous double-height living room, kitchen, and two bedrooms. The second floor has the bathroom, another bedroom, and a television loft which could serve as a fourth bedroom in a pinch.
The house also comes with a former military barracks building, which was moved to the site in 2000 and recently renovated into a separate three-bedroom home complete with a kitchen and living room. Caveat: This structure has yet to be connected to the local water network, an expense that the new owner will need to cover.
The home is listed by Visby Mäklarna with a price tag of 2,950,000 SEK, or about $369,600.
Via: The Spaces