Truly One-of-a-kind living in this Historic Converted Church
Originally a Catholic Church, dating back to 1885, this amazing transformation from church to a very livable home has taken all the best features of a church structure and folded them into a gorgeous Mediterranean-style home.
Poised on two manicured city lots measuring 120 feet x 140 feet, this church conversion is eye-catching and instantly makes an impression. A stunning hand-carved entry door is part of the original architecture.
With walls that are 8 inches thick, there are 20-foot cathedral-domed ceilings in both the living area and the kitchen, and original Gothic arched windows in the living area. The open kitchen includes an enormous stained-glass window and impressive chandelier, one of several hanging throughout the home. As you can imagine, being a church conversion, the design has an open concept with large rooms. Original hard-maple floors are a striking feature of the home. There is a huge full bath with a walk-in shower and a claw-foot copper bathtub.
Some of the infrastructural improvements added to this church conversion include natural gas heat (furnace was installed new in 2011), and gas tankless water heater. A new roof was put in place in 2020. The oversized 2-car garage was constructed in 2015 and measures 22′ x 31′. The backyard is fully fenced for pets. Included is convenient city water.
This unique property is in impeccable condition with many custom finishes. The sale includes the furnishings with the exception of a few items of furniture and art, cookware, dinnerware, silverware, and of course personal items.
You’ll find this unique property located just minutes from the Chain O’ Lakes and Wolf River, leading into Lake Winnebago and Lake Michigan.
"Information deemed Reliable but not Guaranteed."
|210 N East St,