Sneak Peek: Doory Awards Converted Homes

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Calling all dream home lovers: Only two weeks remain to vote for your favorite homes across America in this year’s Doory Awards. Cast your vote for your favorites once a day through June 5 for your chance to win $2,000 cash!

Have you ever dreamed of living in an unconventional space? We’re taking a closer look at the six nominees in this year’s Converted Homes category. Barns, schoolhouses and concert halls — no space is too out-of-the-box for these architecture-philes.

Don’t forget to pick your favorites and enter to win $2,000 cash here!

Lavish farm in Bulger, PA

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Lavish Harm in Bulger, PA.

Located outside Pittsburgh, this 150-acre property features seven ponds, a waterfall, pastures, forests, streams and rolling hills.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Lavish Farm in Bulger, PA

With plenty of seating and a pool table, the inside of this farmhouse is perfect for large gatherings.

Historic schoolhouse in Robesonia, PA

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Historic Schoolhouse in Robesonia, PA

Built around 1870, the Klopp School House has been converted into a charming, one-of-a-kind home.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Historic Schoolhouse in Robesonia, PA

In addition to a living room with a fireplace and a kitchen with a dining nook, the residence features a master suite with a recently added sitting area.

The Charles Street Meeting House in Boston

Doory Awards Converted Homes: The Charles Street Meeting House in Boston

One of the first racially integrated churches in America, Boston’s Charles Street Meeting House has been converted into a gorgeous condominium accessible through a private courtyard.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: The Charles Street Meeting House in Boston

Many original architectural elements — including massive beams, an impressive barrel-vaulted ceiling and handsome columns — still grace the residence.

Post-and-beam barn in Islesboro, ME

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Post-and-Beam Barn in Islesboro, ME

Situated on more than 10 acres overlooking West Penobscot Bay, this tastefully converted post-and-beam barn features 4 bedrooms, a cook’s kitchen, 2 large decks and an artist’s studio.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Post-and-Beam Barn in Islesboro, ME

The older hardwood flooring lets the home keep a bit of its roots while the new appliances and granite countertops give the home an updated feel.

19th-century concert hall in New York

Doory Awards Converted Homes: 19th Century Concert Hall in New York

Known as Beethoven Hall, this building was one of Manhattan’s most popular social halls through the early 20th century.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: 19th-Century Concert Hall in New York

This guest bedroom features a headboard niche and balcony view.

Former firehouse in Austin, TX

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Former Firehouse in Austin, TX

The large living room is the definition of luxury with high ceilings, rich color and a huge chandelier.

Doory Awards Converted Homes: Former Firehouse in Austin, TX

The bathroom features very clean lines and mirrored fixtures. The door was salvaged from the original firehouse and creates a very shabby-chic feel.

Don’t forget to pick your favorites and enter to win $2,000 cash here!

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