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Our Top Chapel and Church Conversions

Published: 21/03/2019

If walls could speak, these homes would have a thousand stories to tell. At Sowerbys, we love nothing more than to see new life injected into an old building, so check out our favourite converted churches and chapels on the market right now.

Holt - £675,000



This sensational residence offers substantial accommodation within an historic Grade II listed chapel boasting a prime potion in the heart of the Georgian market town of Holt. It is arguably one of the finest and most unique homes in the area, perfectly pairing breathtaking period features and modern luxury.
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Dereham - £475,000



Character, charm and individuality oozes from every brick in this beautifully converted church. Located within close proximity to good schools and a range of amenities, this building dates from the 19th century. We especially love the triple aspect living room with vaulted ceilings and the gallery landing.
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Gunthorpe - £650,000



A bona fide piece of Norfolk history, this Grade II listed building was commissioned in 1868 by the Gunthorpe Estate and occupies a generous plot in the lee of the village church. It boasts stunning rolling countryside views, ornate period features and champions local materials such as Norfolk flint and limestone.
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Walsingham - £435,000



The unassuming exterior of this chapel from 1890 belies the magnificence of the interior. Sympathetically retaining character features, it now serves as a contemporary and spacious home nestled in a discreet and private setting in the heart of an historic north Norfolk village.
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Salters Lode - £330,000



While all the other properties here have converted an old building, this is a complete new build which sits on the site of an old chapel. This contemporary masterpiece has been built to the same size and style of a period building to great effect and offers a bespoke, modern design.
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Helhoughton - £385,000



Set in the heart of north Norfolk is this former Methodist chapel which has been transformed into a generous home. Built in 1843 and converted in the 1960s, it arguably has one of the best layouts of any property if its type; it offers delightful period aesthetics but it perfectly arranged for modern family living.
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