Siamak Akhavan Turned Church into Family Crib

29 Mar

This church overlooking the Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco recently suffered a sever makeover. Who would say that the church can be transformed into a house. Well, it is possible!

[ad#Google Adsense u tekstu]The owner, writer Siamak Akhavan, decided to keep its majestic facade and transform the interiors into a single family home which features no less than three bedrooms, a giant dining room with “surveillance balconies” and long passages for hallways.

According to The Wall Street Journal, his church-home is currently inhabited by Mr. Akhavan, who is planning on selling it for $7,49 million.

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Quick info about Siamak Akhavan

I have been an avid reader and writer since childhood. I developed professional writing skills throughout my working career over the years. I hold an Aerospace Engineering degree, an MBA, and have practiced management consulting, entrepreneurial business, and real estate development. I have completed writing courses and workshops at U.C. Berkeley. I have written a number of short stories, a few of which have been published in local Bay Area journals. “The Universal Sign” is my first full-length novel. It is the culmination of eight years of research dealing with ancient and new texts/manuscripts, worldwide historic monuments/ruins, and museums. I continue to study humanity’s forgotten/lost historical heritage.

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