Chapel do nicely! Unique gothic church converted into a Grand Designs-style home goes on the market for ￡550,000
- The Old Methodist Chapel in Yoxford, Suffolk, was built in 1888 and was converted into a home in the 1990s
- It has some of its gothic features and boasts stained glass windows on three sides and has a hidden gallery
- The unique four bedroom home has gone on the market for just the third time since it was built 129 years ago
A unique 129-year-old gothic church which was converted into a home has gone on the market for ￡550,000.
The Grade II-listed Old Methodist Chapel in Yoxford, Suffolk, has emerged for sale for just the third time since it was built in 1888.
It has stained glass windows on three sides, a vaulted high-beamed wooden roof and even boasts a hidden gallery.
The Grand Designs-style home has a grand living hall, which takes centre stage inside the former church - which was converted in to a home during the 1990s.?
A Grade II listed church in Yoxford, Suffolk, (pictured) has gone on the market for just the third time since it was built 129 years ago?
The unique building was transformed into a glamorous four bedroom home and has been put on the market for ￡550,000
The kitchen is located beneath the gallery at the north of the grand hall. It is fitted with bespoke cupboards and has a stainless steel sink
It is here the pastel-stained glass illuminates the red and yellow chequered floor, which could play host to a home studio.
A stunning dining area sits under a pulpit-like wooden structure, with a spiral staircase leading to a 'secret' gallery which could be used as a bedroom.
Despite its open feel the home has all mod-cons, such as under floor heating and gas central heating.?
The four bedroom home would be ideal or an artist, who wants to work from home, according to Jennie Jones Estate Agents
Inside the property, there are?two bathrooms as well as an en-suite shower room and the home has gas and under floor heating
It boasts stained glass windows on three sides and plans were put in place to keep some of the building's original gothic features?
Housebuyers in a small Suffolk town are being offered the chance of a lifetime to own a converted church in Yoxford?
The total area of the building is approximately 245 square metres and it comes with a secret gallery and walk in closet (right)
Estate agent Sean Humfrey?
'It was constructed to a very high specification if you look at the material used and there are very unusual gothic features which are still there.
'The conversion was done in the 1990s and it still has the feel of a big open space.
'I think it would work best for someone who works and lives at home, like an artist, sculptor, musician or writer.
'Then they would make use of the main hall which could be used to set up a pop-up gallery.
'Alternatively it could work as a family home, you are just not going to find another home like this.'
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