Praise Be to Chapel Living; If You're Looking for a House That Gives You a Religious Experience, Finding a Converted Church or Chapel Could Be Just the Thing. Kirstie McCrum Selects Ecclesiastical Abodes

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Praise Be to Chapel Living; If You're Looking for a House That Gives You a Religious Experience, Finding a Converted Church or Chapel Could Be Just the Thing. Kirstie McCrum Selects Ecclesiastical Abodes


Byline: Kirstie McCrum

WHERE? Capel Nebo, Trofarth, Abergele WHAT? A charming four-bedroom property with spacious lounge feature fireplace, study, dining room, fully fitted kitchen/diner, utility room, luxury fitted four-piece bathroom suite and en suite to master bedroom. There's an attached garage and extensive lawned garden measuring approximately half an acre.

RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE? The home is a converted chapel built around 1880 and occupying an idyllic rural position.

WHO SHOULD I CALL? Peter Large Estate Agents, Llandudno on 01492 464022.

WHERE? Capel Maentwrog, Maentwrog, North Wales WHAT? Converted into a four-bedroom house in 2001, it includes living room, dining area and kitchen, utility room, metal spiral staircase to the first floor - with two en suite bedrooms - and to the second floor with two bedrooms and family bathroom. There is a small plot of land across the road. RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE? Capel Maentwrog dates back to the 1850s. Bought and converted by the present owners in 2001 but retains original features, such as chapel windows.

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