Wednesday, August 19, 2009

converted church home

Well, this is it. I have found my dream house. It's too bad that the cool graphic designer/fine artist Alyn Carlson and photographer Paul Clancy already live here, but it's ok, I can love it from afar. Located in Westport, MA on 3 acres of mostly open meadow, these guys converted a beautiful old church that was built in 1900 into an amazing living space that's complete with a fireman's pole, catwalk, a bedroom in the choir loft, and a master bathroom in the steeple! Here are some pictures of the space, and if you want to see more, check out the Design*Sponge sneek peak post where these images are from, here:

Images of the outside of the house as well as the chicken coop and a birdfeeder.

The converted sanctuary with two lofts, 22 foot ceiling and a catwalk, which runs along each side, is used as the main space.

Who wouldn't want a fireman's pole in their house?

Oh yes, I will one day have a house with wall-to-wall bookshelves as well, but until that day, I can admire these. You can also see 3 out the 6 of the house's stained glass windows.

Some images of the studio/office space.

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