Listed chapel in graveyard converted into stunning family home
An old chapel in Devon has been transformed into a stunning two-bedroom house – and it’s on the market.
The Grade II listing, built in a graveyard in Illfracombe, enjoys gorgeous views of the countryside, reports DevonLive.
Constructed in 1835, the religious building features a solid oak floor and door, stained glass windows and slate window sills.
Additionally, it has a modern kitchen, bathroom and beautiful beech spiral staircase.
The chapel was converted into a residence in 2006 – and it has around one third of an acre for a garden.
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The property is listed for sale with Bond Oxborough Phillips – Ilfracombe via OnTheMarket for £500,000.
Vikki Bennett, spokesperson for OnTheMarket, said: "This is a really unique property. It's great to see so many of the original features incorporated into the renovation.
"The stained glass windows are a stand-out feature and for the right person, this will make an interesting and stunning home."
The location of the home means it’s not far from several attractions, such as Damien Hirst’s famous Verity statue situated on the harbour and the unique Tunnels Beaches.
Ben Heath, Senior Negotiator at Bond Oxborough Phillips, Ilfracombe, said: "It's rare to come across a property such as this but I’m sure it will be a unique and treasured home for its next owner."
The OnTheMarket advert says of the property: "Externally, the architectural integrity of the original building, remains intact. Internally, The accommodation benefits from open plan reception area and kitchen with lofty ceiling and beech spiral staircase leading to the first floor.
"There is ample parking and space for garaging subject to planning permission.
"The property is considered ideal as a principal residence, second home, UK base or holiday let investment and this is certainly one of those properties that really needs to be viewed internally, to truly appreciate what’s on offer."
The hob has an entrance, hall, kitchen, utility room, loo, open plan kitchen diner, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
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