News, Property I 16.08.18 I by

Converted chapel in Sweden’s Gotland lists for 3m SEK

A former baptist church dating from 1912 has hit the market in Sweden’s Gotland for 2.995m SEK.

The timber building was converted into a three-bedroom family home by the current owners in the early 2000s. They’ve retained the original church windows and dark-stained wooden floors (plus a few religious statues here and there) while installing modern fittings in the kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms.

Converted church property in Gotland, Sweden
Via Fantastic Frank

Fide Bredkvie 364’s living room has a soaring vaulted ceiling and painted timber walls. A wood and metal spiral staircase leads up to an open gallery overlooking the living room, and three bedrooms.

At the rear of the Swedish propertyon the market via Fantastic Frank – is a sunroom, which opens onto the pool and terrace area with an outdoor shower.

Converted church property in Gotland, Sweden
Via Fantastic Frank

Two more bedrooms can be found a skip away from the church conversion inside a 40 sq m, timber guest house.

Converted church property in Gotland, Sweden
Via Fantastic Frank

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