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1877 Church Converted Farmhouse

Originally built in 1877, Enfield Church was recently converted into a farmhouse and renovated by Chris Kauffman, a DIY blogger. The new owner designed most of the furniture herself, replacing the old details with the new ones in order to preserve the aesthetics. Look at the result!

The entryway features a custom steel front door with seed glass, custom mudroom style storage and a built-in console table in the renovated entrance.

The converted eat-in kitchen with designer details shows a custom-made extractor hood, quartz counters, an island with reused wooden counters and Shiplap details, stainless steel appliances, custom-made drawer organizers, rubbish pull-outs, spice pull-outs, soft-close doors and drawers. It is connected to a dining area and a small living area, and although this floor plan is quite large, everything looks super cozy thanks to the farmhouse furnishings.

The owners recently swapped out the 140 year old stained glass windows for new wood thermal windows, all of which have been approved by the Heritage Committee so they should be good for the next 140 years or more. Master with stairs to the attic overlooking the main entrance and the open main floor. The finished basement has a fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a renovated laundry room / wet bar. The owners have repaired it and brought it to tip-top shape over the past three years. Almost everything is new, but the whole character remains. New wiring, new well, new bathrooms, new appliances, new windows, geothermal, protected land behind to preserve the view.

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