On the outside of it, this home resembles an old church with a lot of history. Its inside speaks quite the opposite. All the same, the home, located in Boulder, Colarado, has an enriching history associated with it. It is called Highland Avenue. It was built way back in the early 1900s, and indeed it was built as one of the first historic churches in Boulder. Later though, it was converted to a monastery.
The home has however undergone a complete revamp. The overhaul of this place has included new plumbing and wiring to turn it into a unique six-bedroom residence. The home’s automation system has a central control that can be used to monitor security and change security status. You can also control all climate set points and manipulate the audio and video in one or all rooms. Interestingly, what should have once been a modest retreat of the devout, built with Victorian brick, houses a gym, media room, library and lots more!
The ceilings are sturdy with beams supporting them, while the large windows not only indicate the house history, but give it that old world aura you miss in today’s staid constructions. The house has been listed for sale at, a high end price of $ 4.695 million.
Via: Luxist, real estate AOL