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1872-Built Bank Transformed into Luxury Home By Ex-Employee

Posted: Nov. 1st, 2013  |  By DailyLuxe News

There is a bar in one of the two vaults and a sauna in the other in the home owned by Cathy Calhoun, a former bank teller at the previous bank she turned into a luxury home in Spring City, Pennsylvania, reports CNN Money.

Ms. Calhoun’s former place of employment, which was built in 1872, has 5,200 square feet of living space and contains much of the same fixtures and floorings from the original floor plan. She spent $52,000 for the building and invested the past 24 years renovating it in to her dream house.

Ms. Calhoun restored the 40-foot high ceiling and hired a artist to paint decorative ceilings, restoring it to its original colors.

….The old brass and the steel vault doors only need to be cleaned with a bit of Windex. "They have always looked the same, even when I was working here," she said.

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