This former church for sale is a historic home conversion which is part of the UK’s biggest open house event. 

The church, in Sticker, St Austell, is a Grade II listed character property dating back to the 1800s, which was originally the village’s Methodist church. 

Part of the property is still in the original church style, with planning permission having been applied for to convert the main chapel area and porch into an open plan living area with a mezzanine level. 

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The main church hall. (Miller Countrywide)

As well as the proposed living room area, there is a kitchen and dining room and a utility room. 

Beyond the living area, there is a hall leading to two double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite bathroom, and a family bathroom. 

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The kitchen and dining area. (Miller Countrywide )

Outside, there is a former car park which currently has a white granite chipping surface and could be used as a garden subject to planning permissions, as well as driveway parking for two vehicles. 

The property can be viewed on May 11 2024 as part of the UK’s biggest open house event, with more information available from the agents. 

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The primary bedroom. (Miller Countrywide)

The property is being sold by Miller Countrywide for a guide price of £425,000.

The agent commented: “A rare opportunity to acquire this will presented, Grade II listed, two double-bedroom detached character property, originally the Methodist Church in Sticker, situated on a substantial plot within a popular village location, offering ample driveway parking and potential for a large garden that was used as the church car park.”