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After functioning as a church for 120 years, this gorgeous historic property in Savannah, Ga., has been transformed into a sprawling two-condo living space, offering four bedrooms, four bathrooms and all the stained glass detailing you could possibly hope for.
Sleek and expansive, this lovingly restored home—originally built in 1889 and known as Sanctuary Place—has ample character, with exposed brick, high ceilings, open living spaces, intricately carved entry doors and charming nooks throughout. Snuggle up in the wide lofted bedroom or sink into a deep tub in the bell tower bath. Winner of the Historic Preservation Award, the two side-by-side condos could be merged into one large family home, or used as rental properties.
Listed by: Jessica L. Kelly, Engel & Völkers
Listed for: $1,100,000
Image Credit: Engel & Völkers
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