The Wallace Church House is a 2-bedroom vacation rental listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Wallace, Idaho. The building was originally a tiny church, built around 1905 to serve the local mining population. The main room features stained glass arched windows and vaulted ceiling with a living area, long dining table, open kitchen, and old-time upright piano. Two bedrooms flank the main room. The queen bedroom is next to the bathroom and has French doors to the brick patio; the king bedroom features stained glass windows. With 2 additional twin bed options, up to 6 people can stay here. Other amenities provided include board games, DVDs, TV with Amazon Firestick and DVD player, full kitchen with all you’ll need to cook up a tasty meal, washer and dryer, and a brick courtyard with outdoor seating.