Hankering for a project? Then you can thank the Heavens for this Middleburgh church ready to be converted into your new homestead.
The decommissioned St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Schoharie County, NY has been standing on this bucolic two-acre lot since the 1920s. But, things change, and now, the property is on the market for practically a song (a hymn, perhaps?). Just imagine the righteous conversion that could take place within this sacred space…but make sure to keep the bell tower for added whimsy.
Before becoming a church, this building was a schoolhouse and comes with stained glass windows, 12-foot ceilings, wood floors, and church alter with more rooms behind it.
Downstairs is the basement fellowship hall/dining area…
…and the 1,398-square-foot layout could be used as both a live/work space, with a nave that would make a fine music or art studio, with plenty of room left over to make a home.
The two-acre lot sits just south of Middleburgh village, across the road from the Schoharie Creek. In fact, this property comes with its own stream, waterfall included, and the trailhead for Vroman’s Nose Hiking Trail is less than a half-mile from the church’s front door. Nature lovers, take note of these idyllic scenes…
Ready to convert this Middleburgh church? Find out more about 151 Church Street, Middleburgh, NY from Country Boy Realty.