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Live In This Amazing Former Logan Square Church For $1.2 Million

By Paul Biasco | June 28, 2016 5:46am
 2445 N. Washtenaw Ave.
2445 N. Washtenaw Ave.
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LOGAN SQUARE — A former church that has been converted into a home hit the market in Logan Square late last week for $1.2 million.

The unique building with its arching ceilings and open floor plan was originally constructed in 1888.

The church was once the Hungarian Catholic Church of St. Emeric and later became the St. Gedwig Mission Church in 1939.

The 5,500-square-foot house, 2445 N. Washtenaw Ave., contains two bedrooms and four bathrooms plus a number of unique spaces throughout the home, including a studio.

The living room with a working fireplace is located in what appears to be a former chapel with religious paintings covering the ceiling.

A virtual tour is available on the listing's website.

The house also includes a two-car garage and spacious deck and is set on two-and-a-half city lots.

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