Designed by Alexander Mackie Adams and built in 1929, the United Methodist Church of Narberth is a stunning, cavernous, stone church with numerous and varied stained glass windows, several skillfully designed turning staircases, and a magnificent sanctuary.

Main Line reBUILD has created an adaptive re-use of the church property by converting the church to six elegant condominiums while retaining the myriad of stunning architectural details and designing around them.

The lower level, prior home of the Narberth Theater, is indoor parking for two cars per unit with indoor unit access. Three residences have their own city courtyards, all six have fireplaces, two have lofts, two have private studies, all have stained glass without religious overtones, two have clerestories, four have two bedrooms and two baths, two have three bedrooms.

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