BIZARRE ARIZONA: A trek of urban exploration, photography, the old west, ghosts and ghost towns.
That would be super cool!Up by me.. there is this converted church... It's a candle and crystal shop now... I thought that was ironic..Just saying.
It's great to be able to save an old building such as a church and convert it into a livable space. I like the shop idea too.
can you do that... that would be an awesome place to live in... or even hang out... have you seen the inside.
From the front, it looked small. When we walked around to the side, we noticed it was much larger. We were unable to get inside. Maybe if we are heading back to Hayden, we can contact the owners and have a look at the inside.
that would be awesome... i saw a show where a man made a church his recording studio/home...
We've lived in a church before, it was converted into a duplex because it was HUGE! It was right after college and I had about 5 roommates, eeek. But if I could have had all that space to me and my family now, I would be in heaven. no pun intended. The ceiling was beautiful and so high! But it got really cold downstairs
It sounds like a great place to live. I have always wanted to live in a converted fire house.
One of my favorite restaurants is actually an old New Mexican-style church that was abandoned and sold. They kept the interior the same but just renovated it, and it has such a warm, unique feeling. A perfect setting for good Mexican food.
I agree. The architecture is perfect for a Mexican food restaurant.
I think a converted church would make a beautiful home! Your fire house idea sounds fun too! Now I'm thinking of Uncle Fester sliding down the fire pole in 'The Addams Family'. :D
Haha, I can see him and Pugsley having fun in an old fire house.