Beautiful photos:Gothic Church Converted into Sh70 Million House

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A gothic church in Lincolnshire – East of England, has been converted into a £450,000 3-bedroom house.

The old Church House has been carefully restored to keep the original stained glass windows, church tower and even the altar. It’s backyard is a graveyard, but the new owners can rest assured no grieving family members will come dropping flowers, as it has been inactive for many decades.

I would not consider a converted church as an ideal home, but this is something else. Check out the pictures.


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Old Church House has been careful restored to keep the original stained glass, windows, church tower and even the altar


Sitting room: The Grade II-listed building, on the market for £450,000, includes the church atrium and an ornate stone lychgate

The kitchen has intricately patterned original tessellated tiled flooring in the former chancel area


A staircase leads to three bedrooms, two of which area en-suite – both with exposed brick and beam work

The property in the village of Cold Hanworth also includes a cloakroom, breakfast room and reception hall

One of the three bedrooms forming part of the unusual property, which is a Gothic church with its own graveyard

The reception hall of the property, which lies 12 miles from Lincoln, has original stained feature windows

Outside in the peaceful churchyard of the Lincolnshire home are landscaped grounds and a raised patio area

The home sits in a former graveyard with the occasional gravestone, but buyers can rest assured mourners rarely come now

The property in Lincolnshire is the perfect house for ghoulish home-hunters with a taste for the macabre

The Grade II-listed former church has been restored to create this stunning home in the village of Cold Hanworth

A cast iron solid wood burner takes centre stage in the reception hall along with oak flooring, wood mantel and access to the cellars

The home sits under a Gothic stone tower, crowned by an elaborate octagonal spire, peeping above the slate-covered gables

The landscaped grounds have a mixture of mature trees and planted beds, with stone wall and fenced boundaries

The reception hall features stone flooring and a wooden staircase rising to the first floor landing

The property has exposed beam work and a large walk-in shower as well as a hand basin on a vanity unit

Impressive: The home boasts a breakfast bar overlooked by the dazzling light cast by windows of jewel-bright stained glass

The estate agent said the graveyard was ‘not active’, adding that ‘you don’t have people going there to put flowers down’

The bedrooms of Old Church House in Lincolnshire feature vaulted ceilings and double-glazed windows

The property offers ‘light and spacious accommodation and beautiful landscaped grounds running to all elevations’


Spacious: The property has a ground floor measuring 1,143 sq ft, while the first floor has 1,116 sq ft available to owners

Source – Daily Mail

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