Church ruins converted into a modern home

Posted on Sun, 18 Aug 2019 by KiM

I know I have probably said this 254 times in various blog posts but I really need to say it again. I think I found my dream home. Let me give you some details and you’ll see why….
Located in the beautiful and peaceful countryside of North Norfolk, the property sits in 7 acres of wooded grounds. The single storey property is built around a courtyard attached by glazed walkways to a chapel ruin. The property offers 3400 sq ft of living space including an expansive kitchen, dining, living room with exposed brick work, steel and oak ceiling, polished concrete floors and an open fireplace.  This room opens onto the courtyard garden via a glazed wall. Outside the property is a 2 acre walled garden with a beautifully constructed garden room opening onto the pathways and wildflower/herbaceous planting. There are majestic ancient trees, paddocks and woodland walks. I left out most of the interior photos because the decor is questionable, but the property is an absolute dream, and the interior has SO much potential. Another fab location home available via Shoot Factory.

Susan Maclean says:

Money!!!! but beautifully done. Really cannot justify 7 acres in the UK though, not enough land in public hands, hence house prices. The summer house is big enough to live in, too!

Lorraine says:

I find churches creepy so I wouldn’t be able to do this.

sam says:

wow,, it is so beautiful, where is it Located??

KiM says:

North Norfolk, a 3 hour drive from central London

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