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The vaulted ceilings are heavenly; the windows are divine; your prayers have been answered. There is an eternity of church-related puns that can be employed to sell a place like 360 Court Street, The South Congregational Church that was built in the 1850s at the edge of Carroll Park. Now converted to condos, this legal 1BR/1BA duplex (although it's being openly touted as a 2BR with a mezzanine that's convertible to a second bedroom) is available for $725,000. Nice touches like stained glass windows (of course), cathedral ceilings (naturally), and detailed imposts serve as constant reminders that the new religion in the 'borough of churches' is condo conversions. Pets are now welcome inside 360 Court Street and there's a live-in super, who cannot perform actual miracles if you abuse your plumbing.