November 04, 2019

This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale

Looking for a little sanctuary? Well, it looks like your prayers have been answered. A tiny church in Homosassa, Florida, was recently converted into 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, and it's now on the market for just $225,000.

Built in 1945, the 1,946-square-foot chapel was originally a Seventh-day Adventist Church, but is now being used as a vacation rental, says the listing. The former house of the Lord has seen some decent upgrades over the years, and features updated appliances, granite counter tops, and a screened in breezeway porch. 

The listing agent is Sarah Baker of Trotter realty.

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This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale
This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale
This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale
This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale
This tiny Florida church was converted into a house, and now it's for sale

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