Since 1906 this Corner Church Conversion still has its original stained glass windows. A rainbow of dancing lights fill the enormous sanctuary.
Steeped in history, this converted church dates back to 1906. In the main church building, there are six bedrooms, two full baths, and two half baths. In an adjacent but separate building, located just east of the main structure, there are three more bedrooms and two baths for a total of nine bedrooms and four full and two half baths. The total square footage in both buildings is 6347. This second building may have been the church parsonage.
Enter through the main door and be amazed at the open space and beautiful stained glass cathedral windows plus the wood plank juxtaposition ceiling. Amazing kitchen with double electric stoves, tons of open space for entertaining. White stained cabinetry with a grand island. Extra room off of kitchen could be a pantry or breakfast nook. This amazing property has tall ceilings throughout, vintage doors, archways, ceiling medallions, and lots of little nooks and crannies. Exterior boasts a bell tower with a new roof. Decks on both dwellings, above ground pool, privacy fencing, and detached garage.
This property would make an attractive and interesting bed and breakfast inn. Located in the center of Shawnee, you are within walking distance of a great selection of restaurants. There are several museums including the Aerospace Career Museum, the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, and the Shawnee Veterans Memorial – a tribute to the men and women who have given their lives for our freedom.
Separately, the Eagle Aviary provides a permanent home for eagles (and other birds) that have sustained injuries, serious enough that they cannot live in the wild. Tours are offered where visitors can learn the spiritual and cultural significance of bald eagles and see them close up.
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|Address:||735 N Park Avenue|
|Bathrooms:||4 Full, 2 Half|