Published: 09/11/2020This handful of quirky homes offer something a bit different to your average property, from an Old Brewery to an Old School, these conversions are certainly interesting!
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The Old Methodist Chapel, Harpley - Guide Price £325,000 - £350,000
The Old Methodist Chapel is a unique home that has been lovingly converted to retain many of the original features, creating a space that beautifully blends modern and contemporary with period charm.
The Coach House, Snettisham - Asking Price Of £350,000
This former coach house is a one-of-a-kind property packed full of character and original features such as exposed wooden beams, original flooring, cottage style doors, and a fantastic open fireplace.
The Old Brewery, Stoke Ferry - Guide Price £350,000 - £375,000
The Old Brewery is packed full of character and has been fully restored. Built in 1720's this property acts as an iconic building for its location. Having been converted to a residential dwelling about 100 years ago, this property served as the local brewery for almost 200 years.
The Old Chapel, Norwich - Guide Price £675,000
The Old Chapel is a superb, innovative Grade II listed conversion of a former chapel that offers a truly fabulous interior and has been sympathetically updated throughout.
The Mill Race, Burnham Overy Staithe - £725,000
A beautifully restored Grade II Listed conversion, part of what was The Watermill at Burnham Overy Staithe, one of the North Norfolk coast's most distinctive scenes.
The Old School, Thornham - Offers In Excess Of £1,125,000
An exceptionally attractive Grade II listed property which was sympathetically converted almost 20 years ago from the former village school into the beautiful home it is today.