Huge Grade II-listed house with baffling features hits the market for just £50k… but there’s a surprise waiting inside


A HUGE Grade II-listed house has hit the market for just £50,000 – but there’s a major catch.

The property, in Neath Port Talbot, which is billed as a “detached home” is actually a run-down chapel.

A ‘detached house’ is up for sale for just £40,000

It is actually a run-down chapel

The property needs a full renovation

There is still an original organ inside

Photos show the stunning building with all its original features.

Snaps show the colossal main hall is still home to a full organ with wrap around stairs.

The property also comes with a front and side courtyard and it boasts gallery seating to three sides which lead to a vestry.

Tens of wooden pews line the bottom floor which upstairs houses a choir area.

However, the property needs alot of work – with pictures showing peeling paint and what appears to be stacks of roof tiles.

The listing reads: “A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade 2 listed Chapel, full of charm and character with some fantastic original features, including cast iron friezes, wood panelling, organ and a baptistery under the set fawr.

“Total renovation works are needed whilst offering enormous potential to develop into a variety of potential uses.

“Situated in a convenient location of Briton Ferry for easy access to schools, shops, bus station, train station and excellent links to the M4 Motorway.”

The Chapel is Grade II-listed Chapel

The property has many original features
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