- The old stone church was built in 1792 and deconsecrated in the 1980s
- A couple bought the property and restored the building to a beautiful family home
- The church has been on the market for several years and is valued at R1.1 million
This family home is truly unique. From the outside, it looks like a beautifully preserved stone church. But inside, there are five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms and two kitchens.
The church was built in 1792, in Kyloe, Northumberland and has been lovingly restored and converted to a family home on a beautiful property.
Briefly.co.za learned the family kept as many of the original fittings as possible, but installed electricity and underfloor heating to make it as comfortable and cozy as possible.
The windows are stained glass, the vaulted ceilings are beautifully maintained, and there are state of the art appliances throughout.
The building is set on an acre of land overlooking gorgeous views, and in case you were wondering, the church comes with its own cemetery.
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