Chapel with its own graveyard goes on the market for £500,000 complete with stunning stained glass window


A CHAPEL that comes with its own graveyard has been transformed into a stunning two-bedroom house and could be yours for £500,000.

The Grade II listed building is 135-years-old and sits in stunning countryside, in Ilfracombe, Devon.

The old chapel looks like a communal place of worship from outside but inside it’s been turned into a cosy home

The property spans across a third of an acre and house hunters can make it theirs for half-a-million pounds. 

The old graveyard chapel has remnants of it’s history remaining with solid oak floors, slate windows sills and stained glass windows to marvel at. 

Built in 1835, the chapel has some of the best idyllic views of the North Devon countryside. 

Investors shouldn’t be put off by the thought of coffins and gravestones as the chapel itself has a stunning interior.

A swanky kitchen and a bathroom with a built-in walk in shower and roll top bath are all included.

The master bedroom, located on a mezzanine overlooks a stained glass window while the home also has the extra of a hot tub.

The Ilfracombe chapel was converted in 2006 and has a second bedroom with access to a loft and built in storage.

A modern living room with a a kitchen island is shown with aspects of the old chapel still remaining

The sleek kitchen has black marble-top counters with the spiral staircase leading to the upstairs just behind

An open plan reception area adorns the entryway to the cosy house with a striking spiral staircase leading to the first floor.

A spokesperson for OnTheMarket: “This is a really unique property. It’s great to see so many of the original features incorporated into the renovation.

“The stained glass windows are a stand-out feature and for the right person, this will make an interesting and stunning home.”

With ample parking and space for even a garage with permission, property express have considered this an ideal home. 

Bond Oxborough Phillips Estate Agents have listed the property for £500,000 and Senior Negotiator Ben Heath has said: ‘’”It’s rare to come across a property such as this.

“But I’m sure it will be a unique and treasured home for its next owner.”

The 19th century details still remain in plain sight for the old chapel

A bedroom overlooking a glass stained window resides inside

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