The building at 1 Summer Street in Somerville’s busy, busy Union Square area dates from 1858, when it was constructed as a Gothic church.
It was converted into seven condos about 11 years ago, including Unit 3, a typically cavernous affair with 1,226 square feet and two levels.
It’s on sale through Paul Santucci for $699,000.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom looks exactly how you might imagine a condo would look in a converted church: High ceilings, huge windows, lots of light and airiness. Check it out.
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