Stunning 13th century church transformed into modern two-bed home – complete with pipe organ and lancet windows

Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
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A stunning old church is on the market for £495,000 after being transformed into a two-bedroom house.

Complete with a pipe organ and lancet windows, St Edmund’s Church is just a stone’s throw from the beach in Fraisthorpe, East Yorkshire.

First built in the 13th Century, the property was completely remodelled in 2021 and is now a turn-key, fully furnished, cosy village home.

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Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Inside the renovated church. (Picture: Jam Press)

The conversion is a feast for the eyes, with locally-sourced artwork, furnishings and accessories, as reported by Need To Know.

The renovation retains the church’s history with clever repurposing and skilful craftsmanship.

After entering through a solid wood door, potential buyers can find the original organ still in place, as if about to be used.

Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Inside the renovated church. (Picture: Jam Press)

There is underfloor heating, an open-plan kitchen and dining area and original altar stone repurposed as a dining table.

It also boasts a large pantry cupboard, built-in washer dryer and granite worktops.

There is also a luxury shower room, with a tiled, rainfall shower, ceramic sink, granite walls and a low hidden flush WC system.

Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Inside the renovated church. (Picture: Jam Press)

A walnut wood staircase leads visitors upstairs to a mezzanine double room facing the east with a stained glass feature window, exposed timber wall beams and a sky light window.

Bedroom two comes with a fitted carpet, stone sink and an antique dressing table area.

Outside, the gardens are completely landscaped with a raised seating area, car charger, shrubbery and beautiful countryside views.

Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Outside the renovated church. (Picture: Jam Press)

The house is private with double gates and a long pebble driveway leaving space for multiple vehicles.

St Edmund’s Church is just a short walk from Fraisthorpe beach, and within easy walking distance of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.

Stunning church turned two-bedroom home hits market for £495,000. Retains original features like pipe organ and lancet windows.
Inside the renovated church. (Picture: Jam Press)

There is also easy access to the marina.

The home is up for sale on Rightmove for £495,000, with LinkAgency estate agents.

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