Church Transformed in Kansas
This converted church with separate guest house has been transformed into a dream home with endless possibilities. The guest house could be used for short-term stays, hunters, Airbnb, families of local residents, etc. Also, this property would provide a much-needed event center for this community.
This converted church’s unique barrel ceiling won an architectural design award in 1952.
As you walk through the courtyard through the front door of this former Lutheran Church transformed with the owner’s full heart and dedicated care you are welcomed into a luxurious home. The main living area has great open space with abundant light, a 35 ft. high barrel ceiling, abundant windows providing natural light, beautiful gas fireplace flanked by two prominent showcase shelving units.
This space offers room for entertaining and large gatherings, yet has private informal areas for intimate conversations or relaxation. The other half of the main floor has a comfortable family area to watch TV, visit, play games, read, take naps, or do whatever you desire. Included is a bar and stools, a breakfast area, and just a few steps up is an office area. The kitchen is custom with beautiful granite counters, abundant white cabinetry including a wall of pantry cupboards, soft-closing drawers, and a farm sink. The high-end cobalt blue AGA appliances include the range, refrigerator, and dishwasher.
A two-room main floor bathroom, a second wall of pantry and closet area, and a bonus room used currently as a craft area are located off one side of the family space. The other hallway off the family space leads to the laundry area and stairway to a basement that houses the utilities, and the back stairway to the upper floor. There’s a beautiful east-facing sunroom with a glass door to the deck and backyard.
The primary bedroom suite is located in what was the choir loft containing over 900 sq ft of open space. A comfortable sitting area overlooks the main floor, a large walk-in closet, an electric fireplace, another informal sitting area, and of course more than enough room for large bedroom furniture. The custom bathroom has a gas fireplace, copper tub, vanity, toilet, dresser space, and tiled floor.
The 360 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 3 bath guesthouse is roomy enough for a family. It could potentially become an income source. Includes a 3-car heated, attached garage with a workbench.
A few of the high-end upgrades:
Italian porcelain tiles
Main floor two-room bath
Amish-made walnut wood floors
Bar with two stools & gold mirror
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|Address:||204 N. Jefferson|