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This light-filled Brooklyn apartment used to be a church

by Julie Pennell / / Source: TODAY

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There’s a reason this Brooklyn apartment looks so heavenly.

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The 1,200-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex condo is part of a development called The Arches at Cobble Hill, which used to be St. Peters Church and Academy.

The original structure, built in 1858, was converted into a luxury condominium in 2005 and has maintained many of the architectural details of the former place of worship.

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On the first floor, you’ll find soaring ceilings that reach over 23 feet and a flood of natural light from the many windows.

The spacious living room features a wallpapered accent wall that gives the historic property a modern feel. There are also updated features including hardwood floors and custom lighting.

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The kitchen, which also has plenty of sunlight, is equipped with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops and plenty of cabinet space.

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Upstairs, you’ll find a few more divine touches, including stunning arched ceilings.

There’s also a skylight in the master bedroom, making you feel even closer to the heavens.

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While the original building is old, once inside, you'll feel as though you have been transported into a contemporary space.

Colorfully painted walls and sleek tiles give it a designer touch.

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Of course, if you do want some good-old-fashioned history, just look out the windows and take in the view of the Statue of Liberty.

You can also see the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn waterfront from the property.

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The elevator building, which has 59 apartments total, includes a live-in super, porter, package room and landscaped common courtyard. Sounds like the answer to many NYC real estate prayers.

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