Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

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.

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