Whether you have an affinity for old churches or you're part of a congregation looking for a new home, buying a church can be a cost-effective way to obtain a lot of interior space. Once you own a church, you can use it in a variety of ways, from renovating it into a home or turning it into a commercial venue. The Congregational Church is a historic church building at 921 Main Street in Berlin, New Hampshire. The Stick-Eastlake style building was constructed in 1881 on land donated by the Berlin Mills Company, and was the 2nd church building in Berlin. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. This great property could still be used as a church, business location or home, office space and more. Opportunity is knocking. Up to $45,000 in funds that are considered restricted, as they can only be used to maintain the property/building to be included!