Photos: 1920s Main Line church converted to condos

In a process that took about 10 months, an old church in Narberth has been completely transformed into residential units.

For the project, completed by Main Line reBUILD, developers resurrected the early 20th century Narberth United Methodist church and created Narberth Place – three buildings with a mix townhomes and condos.

One of the buildings on the site – the Barrie House – was once used as the parsonage, and is now comprised of three condos. The developers retained the original windows, fireplaces, baluster, tiles and lighting, and renovated the space with a modern look.

Click through the gallery to see before and after images of the second-floor unit in the Barrie House.

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