A 19th-century former Baptist church has come up for sale in Sweden, hidden away in the forests of Uppsala County.
The church was built in 1889 and remained a house of worship for almost a century. It was renovated by Inger Zetterblom, who preserved as many of its historic features as possible, while swapping its congregation for B&B guests.
Glädjens Kapell (or Joy Chapel), as the Swedish property is known, has an open-plan ground floor with a double-height space at its heart. Large windows pour light into the white-washed living area, which spans 358 sqm.
A galleried first floor features nine beds separated by curtains.
The church conversion is for sale via Erik Olsson (bids start 2.625 million SEK) and is surrounded by woods filled with mushrooms and berries. Lakes are only minutes away, and Glädjens Kapell is 9 km from the beach.