You can live in this refurbished, historic church in Oregon District


A historic church has been turned into a stylish two-bedroom condo in the Oregon District, and now it’s for sale for just $309,000.

This 1,920-square-foot condo, located at 107 Clay St., blends 19th century church architecture with appropriate and modern stylish. Judy Seubert of Sibcy Cline, Inc. said, “Tim Patterson, whose grandfather was owner of NCR, did the refurbishing of the church in 1997.”

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A five-foot wall separated by iron gates adds privacy to the front courtyard patio. Inside the front door a vestibule with hardwood flooring leads into the foyer, which displays an arched stained glass window. Wood panels with a natural stain surround the foyer walls.

The condo also features a guest bedroom, hall bath with tub and shower, double coat closets, a laundry area and a spiral staircase to the underground, heated garage and back entrance.

Price: $309,000

Directions: Wayne Avenue to Van Buren Street to left on Clay Street

Highlights: About 1,920 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2 full and 1 half baths, 19th century church converted to condominiums in 1997, 2 levels plus loft, gated entrance, private courtyard patio, wood flooring, stained glass windows, gourmet kitchen, stainless steel appliances, designer lighting, underground heated garage space with storage

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