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Church Converted into a House (15 pics)

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In 2009 the Saint Jakobus Church, located in Utrecht, the Netherlands, was converted into a beautiful modern town house called "The Residential Church XL." The church was built in 1890, in 1889 the church tower was demolished because it was too heavy. The new house that was built inside the church looks very modern, but it has the stained glass windows that date back to 1911 and a very high ceilings (46 ft or 14 m).

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№1 Author: lillady (1 Dec 2010 01:41) Total user comments: 281


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very cool but way too modern for my taste
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№2 Author: compmaster (1 Dec 2010 02:26) Total user comments: 1871


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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (1 Dec 2010 03:23) Total user comments: 5518


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No weirder than Anglican churches converted back to Catholicism.
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№4 Author: Saint Barbie (1 Dec 2010 04:14) Total user comments: 390


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Too modern. They should have gone with warm colors and big, heavy furniture...and I DEFINITELY would have kept the original front door.
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№5 Author: miscellaneous (1 Dec 2010 10:49) Total user comments: 4179


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neat 04
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№6 Author: salsapopo (1 Dec 2010 11:09) Total user comments: 12723


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AMAZING
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№7 Author: silvrsurfr637 (1 Dec 2010 13:27) Total user comments: 29


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too white. reminds me of hospitals. 7/10
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№8 Author: joffenbaker (1 Dec 2010 14:38) Total user comments: 4965


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Honey, let's do it on the alter tonight. 81
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№9 Author: elunicotomas (1 Dec 2010 15:39) Total user comments: 1680


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№10 Author: Bender Rodriguez (1 Dec 2010 16:18) Total user comments: 1101


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the windows, the arcs and the doors don't go well with all that white and modern painting and stuff.
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№11 Author: Brak61 (1 Dec 2010 17:48) Total user comments: 676


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It still looks like a church, no thanks.
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№12 Author: 2fuzzy (1 Dec 2010 18:02) Total user comments: 10400


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Beautiful, but I would not want to pay the heating and cooling bills.
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№13 Author: amerJD (1 Dec 2010 20:16) Total user comments: 1400


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№14 Author: Pilgrim (1 Dec 2010 20:54) Total user comments: 2288


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hmmm..... Not for me..
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№15 Author: raymond.wendt (2 Dec 2010 00:50) Total user comments: 9115


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I think I'd be kinda uncomfortable living there
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№16 Author: DocMcCoy (2 Dec 2010 03:27) Total user comments: 6039


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I'd love that.
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№17 Author: Royal (2 Dec 2010 11:37) Total user comments: 549


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I think I'd kind of be on -fire- living there.

As in, burst into flames and yadda, yadda, yadda. This heathen will decline the opportunity, respectfully, of course.
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№18 Author: ellbeejason (3 Dec 2010 04:07) Total user comments: 37


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I could live there 05
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№19 Author: shewentwhoa (5 Dec 2010 08:39) Total user comments: 1327


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its too open and white. i wonder how much the rent is
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№20 Author: Ty Webb (6 Dec 2010 01:35) Total user comments: 6156


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nice house BAD furniture
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№21 Author: mortex (6 Dec 2010 20:54) Total user comments: 740


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Too modern and too much open space, it would serve as a gym better I think.
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