Tim Mosenfelder

The place of worship where Arcade Fire recorded two of their stellar albums can be yours for a cool $325,000.

The band posted a real estate listing last week on their twitter asking their followers: “Anybody want to buy a church?” The Canadian rockers recorded 2010’s The Suburbs and 2007’s Neon Bible at this quaint space in Quebec but had to vacate after the roof collapsed. 

Did producer James Murphy provide the band with a new recording space for their upcoming LP release?

Either way, this spot still has great potential. 

The property listing states: "Charming church which housed a small concert hall, followed by a recording studio also offering accommodation. Its architecture makes it a perfect location for an artist's studio, a place of worship, a cultural, community or other organization. Offer a unique setting to your project!"

If anyone wants to spot us some cash, we’ll easily convert this studio into an Arcade Fire shrine!