As Matt, whose user name is fittingly @saint.matthew, pans around the space in his video — which has been viewed over 8.8M times — one can see some structural elements that are typically unique to churches, such as vaulted ceilings, gothic windows and wooden staircases.
“Forget cottage core, ✨church core✨,” wrote one user.
“I’m not religious but suddenly i wanna live in a church,” said another.
“I’d burn to a crisp of I crossed the threshold but that’s a gorgeous interior,” joked a third.
Still, despite the home’s chic decor, others were not sold on the aesthetic of living in a former church.
“Why do I feel like it’s 100% more likely to be haunted,” said one user.
“I just know it’s haunted,” echoed another.
“Say hi to the demons for me,” wrote a third.
The renovated church isn’t the first odd home to go viral on social media in recent months.
There was also this viral house listing in Pennsylvania with a spaceship-themed dining room, this McMansion with a mini village in the basement, this strange apartment in New Orleans with a toilet smack dab in the middle of the stairwell landing and this absolutely chaotic abode with a giant bathtub room.
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