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Condo in a former Carroll Gardens church comes with stained glass, vaulted ceilings

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These details are just too stunning

Photos courtesy Corcoran.

Though the former South Congregational Church that once stood at 360 Court Street in Carroll Gardens is long gone, the apartments that now occupy the building make it hard to forget. The exterior very much still resembles a church and even the condos within have retained the striking architectural details that the house of worship left behind.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, asking $1.695 million, is one of the building’s stunners. The apartment spans several floors and boasts more than just a few cool finishes. Vaulted ceilings that soar 17 feet high appear throughout the apartment, along with double-hung stained glass windows and Gothic accents. The expansive living room leads into a sunken dining room that sits near the stairs that lead to the upper level.

The kitchen is much more modest in its design and comes with a simple set of wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances (with the exception of the dishwasher), recessed lighting, and a breakfast bar. Upstairs, you will find the master suite as well as a ladder that leads to a sleeping loft. There is a washer/dryer unit on hand as well as a private terrace sounded by a picket fence.