If your idea of the perfect home is living in an old church that has been converted for everyday living, you need to see this place. The 130-year-old church was built in 1893 and has since been converted to a home in one of the most highly sought-after neighborhoods in Colorado.

Located at 501 South Pearl Street in Denver, this home is listed for $4 million on Realtor. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has 6,754 square feet of living space and has kept all of the charm from its once-historical days as a church.

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Take a look inside of this Denver, Colorado home that was once upon a time a Presbyterian church.

Live in a Denver Church That Was Built in 1893

If you have always wanted to live in a historical church that has been converted into a home, you need to see this property. Built in 1893, this 6,754-square-foot home has the charm and history you would expect from an old church. 

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The listing says that this home is an entertainer's dream come true. We'd have to agree. From the kitchen to the backyard and down to the basement, this home would be the perfect place to entertain.


For those wondering what the mortgage payment would be on a $4 million home such as this, you better be prepared to shell out a lot of money on a monthly basis. According to Realtor's monthly payment calculator, the monthly price is approximately $26,511 on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at 7.318 percent. This, of course, is after putting a 20 percent down payment of $800k on the home.

For more information on this 1893 Denver church converted to a home, see the full listing on Realtor.

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