The converted church: Could you live in a house like this?

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Not all properties are the same. In fact, many of the flats and houses coming up for sale in the UK every week are downright bizarre.

That doesn't mean they won't make beautiful, happy homes, though. This week, we focus on a beautifully converted village chapel in King's Lynn, Norfolk.


Description
Built in 1873, this eye-catching village chapel has been refurbished to a high standard and offers a spacious living area and four bedrooms over two floors.

Advantages of the unusual property include double-height ceilings, great views and a huge master bedroom.

Details
The ground floor of the chapel comprises a reception room with wood burner and a good-sized kitchen, as well as two bedrooms and a shower room.

Up on the first floor, meanwhile, there are two further bedrooms (including the large, multi-level master bedroom), a lounge with a Juliet balcony and a bathroom.

The property benefits from original wood flooring throughout, several large arch windows and exposed beams in the first floor rooms.

Pros and cons
This stunning chapel conversion has lots of stunning original features and buckets of curb appeal.

However, while there is off road parking, there is no garden or other outside space.

Price
Offers in excess of £290,000

Agent
Abbots Countrywide - 01553 621300