Church House Conversion – Circa 1856
In the heart of Dalton, Pennsylvania, in Lackawanna County, this church house conversion is an excellent example of how to make the most of the architectural features of a church house and transform them into a marvelous home and highly functional home.
With more than 5,000 square feet of living area all on one level, this beautiful home provides the ultimate opportunity for entertaining or family gatherings.
Exquisitely restored into a gorgeous, open concept, family-functional house, with an absolutely stunning kitchen that opens to a dining and living area. The tin ceiling above the kitchen is original from 1856 and the double-sided gas fireplace between the kitchen and the great room is outlined with wood from the organ that once filled the sanctuary with sound.
The solid Mahogany doors throughout the home came from an executive office of former NASDAQ Chairman and billionaire Bernie Madoff!
If you didn’t know that the great room was originally designed as the 1907 worship sanctuary, you’d assume it was built specifically for a theater room – complete with original stained glass windows and a slanted floor for easier viewing of the front wall for family movie night. After movie night, the kids can crawl into one of the built-in quad bunk beds, while you sit out back in the fenced-in, stone patio garden area.
Off the master bedroom is a bathroom that simply needs to be seen to grasp the incredible beauty and attention to detail that went into the design. If you are looking for a truly unique, historic, family-friendly home in the heart of beautiful Dalton, stop by and take a look. It will exceed your expectations!
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|Address:||113 Church St|