Can we get a hallelujah?
This 1924 Tudor estate sitting on nearly 3.5 acres of land was built as a convent—yep, a nunnery—until it was converted into a residence in 1988.
As you walk through the handcrafted front doors, you may think you've found your own slice of heaven, as your eyes are overwhelmed with the more than 15,000 square feet of carefully detailed decor throughout the three-story megamansion.
And if the interior isn't enough, there are the grounds—a private paradise complete with a luxury pool house, in-ground pool, tennis court and hot tub.
Check out the video to go inside the most expensive listing (we could get into) in Columbus, Ohio.
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—By CNBC's Valerie Patriarca