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Inman Park Church Conversion Nearly Sold Out

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Fancy living in this old chapel? You'll need a righteous $800K+

Fans of Atlanta church-conversion lofts who've been hankering to buy in to Inman Park's chapel flip have exactly one chance left — and it costs $824,900. The Lizzie Chapel Flats project has been marketing six large lofts (about 2,500 square feet, on average) in this readapted "neighborhood landmark" since early 2015, after previous plans to repurpose the circa-1930 building had fallen through. The sole remaining unit, per the developer's website, is a top-level floorplan with three bedrooms and two and 1/2 bathrooms.

Selling points that culminate into a "once in a lifetime opportunity," per the listing, include "meticulous craftsman carpentry," transitional modern cabinetry, "tree sides brilliant light," and 11-foot ceilings. With two units per floor, each single-level home boasts Cambria countertops, Thermador appliances, and hardwoods throughout, the listing states. But it sounds like the building's true communal party zone will be "The Porch," described as a "classic pergola comfortably furnished with summer classics Bentley Patio Furniture and a Restoration Hardware Ixtapa Fire Table." As seen here:

And here's a "before" gallery with construction progress from last autumn, the most recent pics available: