If historic preservation is your passion and you’re in the market for a new condo, well, your prayers have been answered. This two-bedroom unit at 10 East Street is one of 13 condominiums in a former Baptist church, built in 1846 in Fox Point. The townhouse unit has two floors that occupy the church’s choir loft space, and preserves much of the historic detail, like the gorgeous stained glass windows pictured here.
While the feel is decidedly historic, the details of 10 East Street are completely modern, including two en suite baths and a half bath on the first floor. The unit is cable ready and has forced air. The building offers an elevator and underground parking, as well as central air.
The sunny space of this unit has hardwoods throughout, architectural details like classical columns throughout and a fully modern, applianced kitchen. The vaulted ceilings and open layout give the condo the perfect palette to be drenched in sunlight. Whether there are any ghosts in the belfry, well, you’ll just have to find out for yourself.