See how you can convert a former Methodist church like this one at Repps with Bastwick
PUBLISHED: 11:20 29 April 2016 | UPDATED: 13:14 29 April 2016
See inside this 1907 former church which has undergone a major makeover and is now for sale
This converted Methodist church shows what you really can do with this kind of building. The church was converted in 2011 with some sleek touches including a mezzanine level which goes across three quarters of the room leaving a sun filled void at the end which comes in from the original tall windows. There is also a glazed panel in the first floor - perfectly safe but you do just feel a little vulnerable as you step on to it and look down to the floor far below! Glass has also been used to create an internal porch as an added contemporary feature.
This is a really easy house to live in - you walk through the smaller front door into the kitchen and this is open plan with the ground floor which can be divided into living and dining areas. There are also two bedrooms on the ground floor, both good sized doubles, and both have their own en suites. Upstairs you have a third bedroom and en suite as well as a large mezzanine area which is currently used as an upstairs, private sitting room but could be a large bedroom.
Outside, there is a garden and garage as well as plenty of room for parking right outside and the property is situated in the centre of the Broads in Repps with Bastwick, a small village lying within a mile of the River Thurne. Norwich is only 18 miles away, in easy commutable distance, and Wroxham is nine miles.
The Old Methodist Church, Repps with Bastwick, is for sale for offers in excess of £350,000 with Abbotts on 01603 783838