A ‘lovingly converted’ Pudsey church which has been converted into a high-spec five-bedroom home is on the market for a cool £750,000.
The former Pudsey Unitarian Chapel dates back to 1861 and was converted into a home, with stained glass windows, wooden beams and an ornate archway entrance, by its current owners in 2012.
On Saturday, Churchfield House in Church Lane will be opened – by appointment only – to potential buyers by estate agent Manning Stainton.
The blurb on the website describes the chapel as a ‘rare and unique opportunity’, adding:
“Extending to 5078 sq ft, this magnificent property has been thoughtfully designed to incorporate both new and old retaining many of the original character features including attractive stained glass windows which have been professionally cleaned and encapsulated within double glazed units, and feature beams whilst having all the necessary modern conveniences for everyday family living.”