Victorian Tin Chapel in Faversham, England
A delightfully rustic converted church house, this one was meticulously created by craftsman Nick Kenny. He took years to convert an abandoned Victorian corrugated-iron chapel in Faversham, Englandusing only recycled and salvaged materials.
Nick had to be extremely resourceful – especially in the bathroom, where it was eventually fitted with a reclaimed sink and a shower made from old boiler room parts.
– Erica Chan Coffman
Circa 1896 Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Conversion
No amount of attention to detail has been spared in this stunning church conversion. From retaining the balcony frieze and pillars, to renovating the italianate corbels, to replicating the missing cornicings, to restoring the Victorian stained glass windows as well as sourcing vintage radiators from the era creating a truly original property.
This a magnificent and unique property that has been the subject of an extensive refurbishment programme, cleverly and lovingly restored by the current owner resulting in an outstanding home.
– James Wort
Stevenson Methodist Church Conversion
This unique residence was a former church, originally built in 1905. The Stevenson Methodist Church was converted it to a unique residence with a loft bedroom and a 4 car tandem garage. Unlike some other converted church houses, this keeps much of the original church character intact, with minimal changes to the overall structure and elements of the old church. Currently vacant and on the market for just shy of $600k.
The new owner will have a blank palette to create their dream home with a history.
– Whit Harvey
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