Like original features? Well, prepare to be dazzled by this absolute gem of a home.
Salem Chapel is a beautifully converted holiday home in Wales with a surprise in every room.
On the market for £250,000, the three-bedroom property is full of gothic features, trompe l'oeil and ornate plasterwork.
Renovated by the vendors to create a 'stage-like' setting, you won't be short of talking points with guests in this pad - the entrance hall still has organ pipes in place and the en-suite bathroom comes complete with a ceiling rose to swoon over while you soak.
Located in Llwyngwril near Cardigan Bay, the views from the property are just as striking as the interiors. There's a small and sunny private courtyard at the front and a terrace on the second floor with partial sea views and room for a table and chairs.
Jules Moeran from Welsh Property Services told Housetohome: 'It's quite an amazing place and the chapel would make a fabulous holiday home.
'Llwyngwril is very pretty, a small village in Snowdonia with one shop and a pub. Although it's within walking distance to the beach, there's a direct train link to London Euston and Birmingham.'
And don't panic, if you're used to layering up before heading off on a Sunday morning, you'll be thrilled to hear the chapel has central heating and partial double glazing.
Blown away by this little number? Then take a tour of this converted church for more wow-factor features.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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