Because you can never have too many church conversions

Posted on Thu, 31 Mar 2016 by midcenturyjo

It’s no secret that Kim and I are very partial to a church conversion and this Methodist Chapel conversion is so sweet and very clever. One of my biggest complaints of this sort of re-design is that the beautiful, tall windows are often unceremoniously chopped in half by the second floor. In this case the upper rooms are tucked in under the roof. The Chapel on the Hill, in Forest-in-Teesdale, England by Evolution Design is available as a holiday home for up to 7 guests. I can feel a virtual road trip on the cards? Meet you in church?

(And in case you hadn’t realised it was a winner in the UK Property Awards 2015-2016.)

Nicole says:

I agree, you should never chop a window in half. For any reason! This is a great conversion. Such a great use of space.

Ruth says:

Thank you!

Sharyn says:

I audibly gasped as I scrolled down to the first photo of the kitchen/dining area.

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