Our house is over a hundred years old, and so often I wonder about the people who lived here before we did, what the house and their lives within it looked like at the time. But our house has always been a house. What if your house was once a church, or lighthouse, or other functioning space.
Cool or weird?
Many months ago, while real estalking, I came across this “house” in San Francisco. It was once a church, and if the spirits moved you and you had $6.6 million it might be a great deal.
Check out these very church-like details:
Stain glass windows
Altar and Living Room
Well, at least you’d know that there would be good acoustics and plenty of room for a crowd…
Would you ever live in an unconventional or converted home?
A few weeks ago Mark and I headed out west to California; the land of movie stars and swimming pools. We went to escape the allergies of the Mid-Atlantic, to get some sun on our faces and really good food in our bellies.
Travel has a funny way of revitalizing of every sense. This trip sharpened our sense of smell as we drove along the Pacific Coast Highway, delighted our sense of taste as we enjoyed food and drink along our journey, brightened our sense of sight as we stopped to take mental photographs of the idyllic and strengthened our sense of touch during a two-day yoga workshop.
In a week we visited: Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, Manhattan Beach, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Ojai, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Carmel/Monterey, Santa Cruz, Palo Alto, San Francisco and Oakland.
Over the next few posts I’ll share the hotel, food and activity highlights from an amazing vacation! This trip was truly a California dream come true.
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