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May 16, 2012

Homes with a Past: Church, Schoolhouse and Silo

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When it was first constructed in 1907, this church served as a religious gathering place for decades - that is, until a couple of artists bought it and decided to transform the Seattle property into a home that showcases their art and whimsical collections. The details include a tricycle wall, a giant swing in the former sanctuary and a baptismal font-turned-bathroom. (See more about the Ballard Big House).

Factory Flair

26 Stillman St Apt 2-1, Boston MA

For sale: $649,000

Many East Coasters have taken advantage of the brick and stone warehouses left over from an industrial age long gone, turning them into luxury condos and apartments. This condo for sale in Boston (above) is located in a former furniture factory and warehouse. The 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo has 12-foot high ceilings, recessed lighting and an updated kitchen with gas range and granite countertops.

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