Consett church converted into family home goes on the market

A COUNTY Durham church that has been converted into a family home has gone on the market – and it boasts “spacious” living quarters.

The Grade-II listed building, which dates back to 1876, in Blackhill near Consett, is up for sale with a guide price of £395,000.

Complete with three bedrooms, ‘West Chapel’ has retained many existing features with stained glass windows preserved. 

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Aside from its belfry and octagonal spire, the home also features an enormous open plan living room, contemporary kitchen and bathroom.

Meanwhile, outside the home is described as having enough space to park several cars, while pictures show “ample” usable space.

Take a look below:

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