Take a look around this quirky 4-bedroom home in a converted chapel in Eggington

There’s bags of history in this Grade II home built in 1845

House hunters who like their homes to have a quirky style and bags of history should look no further than a former Methodist chapel on sale in Egginton.

The chain free, Grade II Listed conversion was originally built early in the reign of Queen Victoria and was used as a Methodist chapel for over a century until it was converted to a residential home in the early 1990s.

But it still features plenty of nods to its history – with the original chapel door, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and large arched windows.

There are even plans drawn up for an orangery style extension to the kitchen – along with a turned staircase that leads up to three bedrooms – with an en-suite shower room for the main bedroom.

There’s also plenty of parking – with space for two or three cars.

A cottage style courtyard garden is accessed via the rear kitchen door and provides a private area for al-fresco dining in the summer months.

The property – listed here – is on the market for £475,000 with estate agents Hunters in Leighton Buzzard.

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