A photo of a church to great room home conversion with exposed scissor trusses in the roof and a kitchen at the far end.

A church sanctuary converted to a single family great room features the original roof scissor trusses, exposed.

This church, originally built in the 1930s, was converted into a single family residence, with the sanctuary now occupied by a kitchen, dining and living area. The ceiling was removed to expose the original scissor trusses supporting the roof overhead, complemented by new wide-plank European Oak flooring. The kitchen island features a hand-wrought pewter counter-top, with the perimeter base cabinets topped with Black Satin Granite and glazed tiles from Ann Sacks.

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