From the outside, this former church built in 1925 is nothing short of spooksville. Gravestones serve as faux lawn ornaments, a wooden russet fence hides away sections of the building, and “99% intact” stained glass windows seem to watch any activity that passes by.
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According to the Realtor.com listing, the current owners selling the property had big dreams for the space. They dreamed of turning their "labor of love" into a possible bed and breakfast. We've got to admit -- if the personal graveyard doesn't scare you off, it's easy to see the potential.
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Taking “not judging a book by its cover” to new levels, the interior has a charm that can only be found in an abandoned church. Other possibilities mentioned for the space included an antique store, an art studio, a music studio, a dance studio, office spaces, multi-family apartments or a fitness center.
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“A significant amount of work has been put into the infrastructure of this building, including a new roof, and updates to the electric and plumbing, but it is still virtually a blank canvas, ready for someone to take over and give it new life,” according to the listing.
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So whether you were looking for the perfect spot to finally start working on a secret lair or you just need more space for you and your 15 cats, this one-of-a-kind find has 5,000 square feet of it.
The property is currently listed at $71,900. But really, how does one put a price on owning an abandoned church with a complimentary graveyard?