This 19th century church has been transformed into a complex of 12 apartments, all featuring original beams, granite and stained glass windows.
The latest flat to go on sale is a three-bed property with three bathrooms and a private terrace - which leads onto its very own church spire.
The spire holds an additional five floors of space, which have been used as a small gym, meditation room and yoga hideaway in the past.
Inside the incredible £1m church
This 19th century church has been transformed into a complex of 12 apartments
The private terrace at the three-bed home
The terrace leads onto the home's very own private church spire
Spire Court, in Beckenham, south London
Spire Court, in Beckenham, south London, was developed over two years, with each flat keeping many original features.
The granite in the kitchen is sourced from the same Scottish quarry where the granite cladding on the original church columns originated.
Also, the stone carvings in many rooms were previously exposed on the top of the six large columns that supported the church's tongue and groove wooden arched roof.
Spire Court was developed over two years, with each flat keeping many original features
The huge staircase within the home
A huge open-plan space used previously as a sitting room
The church during development
The original church - built in 1887 - served the local community until 2004 when the congregation reduced to 'unmanageable levels.'
The United Reformed Church moved into the hall just behind the development, where they still are today.
WDS Design Ltd bought the property and spent two years developing it, trying to keep as much of the original unique, church design features on show as possible.
Developer David Sweeting told Mirror Online: "The spire was originally open from bottom to top.
WDS Design Ltd bought the property and spent two years developing it
The refurbishment achieved the award for Best Refurbishment in the Bromley Council environmental awards 2006
One of the bedrooms
"There were no bells and the spire was not used.
"We decided to bring the spire back into use by placing stairs inside and a balcony walkway from the flat.
"These stairs extend four levels above the balcony and allow access to the top level – the highest viewing point in Beckenham.
The understated bathroom
Part of the original church windows can be seen in the background
"The spire has power and is linked to the multi-room music system. Indeed the balcony level was used as an office, the second level as a gym and the remainder storage.
"Kestrels have also been known to nest in the spire, so uses are not only by humans."
The refurbishment achieved the award for Best Refurbishment in the Bromley Council environmental awards 2006 and the church was given a local listed status.