ORMER churches and chapels can make unusual and interesting places to live – but there is so much more to living in a former place of
everyone but, for those who are open to the idea, the space provided by these buildings is fantastic for modern day life,” explained Nick.
“We have just started marketing St Michael’s and All Angels Church, a former Church of England place of worship, situated in the Iron Age Hillfort of Whelpley Hill in Ashley Green.
“Built in 1873, the property is full of period charm and character which holds great appeal for many individuals.
“Some of the many original features which have been retained include a stunning circular stained glass window, the font and outside bell.
“In addition, former chapels also tend to have generous reception space.The former nave to St Michael’s and All Angels is 33ft by 16ft and, as the main reception room of the house, PERIOD CHARM: With a substantial former nave and original features, including the font, this old converted chapel is now a delightful and spacious detached home.