Do you fancy living in this old chapel?
PUBLISHED: 15:57 29 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:15 29 May 2018
A village carrstone chapel, complete with its main hall boasting ecclesiastical shaped windows, is being auctioned for a guide price of £175,000-£200,000.
Do you fancy converting a former Wesleyan Methodist chapel into a house in which to live?
The Old Chapel and Chapel Cottage, Main Road, Narborough is coming under the hammer next week for £175,000-£200,000 with Auction House in Norwich.
The chapel, built in carrstone and with its main hall boasting eelesiatical shaped windows was used to house the village heritage centre with items about Narborough for 10 years until the building went up for sale.
Photos show the wooden pew style seating still intact in the hall bearing a cross on the wall.
The chapel, which does not have a graveyard, has outline planning permission to be converted into a single residence.
It comes with a modern conversion of the rear meeting rooms into an impressive one bedroom cottage which has a main reception room and a kitchen; this is ready for occupation, however the main hall would need to be adapted into the main living accommodation to realise its full potential, say the auctioneers.
The main chapel is approximately 40ft x 20ft and has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. There are small gardens to the front and rear and off-road parking facilities for one or two vehicles.
The auction by Auction House is on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at 11am at the Dunston Hall Hotel (Sunningdale Suite), Ipswich Road, Norwich.
For more information you can contact Auction House on 01603 505100 www.auctionhouse.co.uk
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