This newly renovated Edgerton home was once a 19th-century church. Now it’s for sale.

An Edgerton household that was as soon as a Methodist church is now for sale.

The residence, at 344 Craig Street, is the ideal mixture of historic and present day.

It was built in 1872 and was property to the Albion Prairie Church right until 2014 when the congregation relocated. In December 2013, it was obtained for $115,000 by a tile firm proprietor who gutted the developing and began transforming it into a property.

Nick and Kayla Schremp, the home’s existing house owners, ordered it from the tile firm operator in August 2018 and concluded the remodeling course of action. They remodeled the church into a 3,609-sq. foot house with four bedrooms, three whole loos and a completed basement.

The home is at the moment outlined for $580,000.

Even though the Schremps changed all the mechanicals in the roof, they preserved quite a few of the church’s initial characteristics including the stained glass windows.

“The exterior appears the same as it has for 100 decades,” Nick Schremp stated.

Even the authentic church bell is still there, and indeed, you can ring it.

Also, the Schremps built a significant, arching wine rack where the altar after stood and integrated it into the stone archway that reaches the home’s 16-foot ceilings.

“It is really a massive open thought,” explained realtor Sean Smith. “The use of space and the way they were capable to keep some of the authentic stained glass during the home and integrate it in unique components of the dwelling … I think is phenomenal.”

A historical photo shows 344 Craig Road in Edgerton when it was Albion Prairie Church. The church was built in 1872, and began bein remodeled into a home in 2014. It is currently for sale.

A historic image reveals 344 Craig Street in Edgerton when it was Albion Prairie Church. The church was crafted in 1872, and started bein remodeled into a home in 2014. It is at the moment for sale.

The household sits on a 50 percent-acre on a hill overlooking Rice Lake. It has a fenced-in yard with a patio and a very hot tub. Silverwood County Park is nearby, and the household is about 5 minutes from Lake Koshkonog. Nick Schremp said there are 4 neighbors.

The residence is three-moment generate from Interstate 90, and it is about 25 minutes from both Madison and Janesville. It is an hour from Downtown Milwaukee.

As Smith places it, the home delivers “country residing devoid of being taken out from modern society.”

General public showings begin  July 8, and a general public open up residence will be held that weekend.

Get hold of realtor Sean Smith at 608-530-9822 or [email protected] to ask for a showing or additional facts.

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