The Norrmannebo Chapel was built in 1919 and served the local community for 100 years before it was converted into a private residence in 2014. While it has a new role, interiors very much celebrate the building’s original use, starting in the nave – reborn as the living room and dining space, and crowned by a swooping timber-arched ceiling.
Plank floorboards and decorative mouldings are all original, as are paintings, including an angel fresco and decorative calligraphy. A large kitchen island stands on the spot of the old altar, while the sacristy is now a guest room or family room.
On the upper level, the church organ has been replaced with two bedrooms, which peek out over the living room through a glass balcony. Matilda Lindström and Yvonne Karlsson of Lansfast are marketing the converted chapel, with the price on application.