This Church Renovation in Orlando, Florida was carried out last year by Orlando-based architect Roy Abraham.

The home is a contemporary residence and offers 11,000 square feet of living space.

This home for three adults and two children is available for short-term rent.

Chic St. Pancras Penthouse by Roy Abraham:

“Originally built in 1910, the church was converted into an apartment complex in the heart of the neighborhood.

The design was meant to appeal to a general public interested in a livable space, incorporating elements of the contemporary and classical architecture.

The building features an enormous balcony facing the street, with the intention of making the loft feel part of the building itself.

The extensive use of Italian stone in the interior helps to soften the look of the space, and to magnify the natural light.”

Photos by: Michael Vahrn

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