This charming but long abandoned church is perfect for the new renovation. Good solid bones will make this an easy transition. The parish house is converted into a garage/workshop. The kitchen. open to the rest of the space has all the basic appliances and a neutral palette. The 4, yes 4, bathrooms have had all the basic plumbing and fixtures installed. Two bedrooms, both with en suites, give plenty of room for the family. Adding some skylights to the vaulted roof line adds more light to the space. Exposing the old beams adds character and warmth with its lovely wood tones. A rare find was two of the original 2-story stained glass windows, allowing tons of soft diffused light into the space, and, help to keep the original feel of the building intact. The vestibule has been cleaned, but left original with its ornate tile floor and stone archways. Some areas have had the original brick left exposed, while other areas have been sheet rocked and carry a neutral paint color, waiting for the clients final instructions as to style and decor.