A quirky British property has been making waves on social media.
Church House in Stockport, Greater Manchester, stands out from the crowd as it’s a converted church.
It features plenty of period features and character – including stained glass windows, tapestries, tall ceilings and it’s very own atrium.
Pictures of the seven-bedroom mansion have garnered hundreds of comments on estate agents Reeds Rains’ Facebook account.
Many locals admit they’d always wanted to peek inside the grand home.
According to Manchester Evening News, some think the interiors are so grand they could have been created on EA game The Sims.
The house, which is near Stockport Grammar School, is now listed on Rightmove for £950,000, with the listing describing the sale as an “incredibly rare opportunity”.
Originally named First Church of Christ Scientist, the red brick hexagonal building was built in 1933 and designed by Arnold England of Lytham St Annes.
It has a gated courtyard with a striking entrance porch, with the original plaque of the church presented above.
The huge home underwent a conversion in 2005, and now boasts multiple reception rooms, heavily decorated with lavish patterns to the current owner's taste.
Traditional wooden panelling features in various rooms, as well as stained glass windows.
The open-plan kitchen dining area is a huge, with contemporary worktops and a central island.
Other additions include an impressive central atrium, a gym, and a playroom, while one of the luxurious bathrooms comes with its own sauna.
There are also two separate annexes, which could be used as their own self-contained areas.
Externally, the property sits in a corner plot with gardens to three sides, with off-road parking for multiple vehicles.
It also has good travel links.
The mansion Is half a mile from Davenport and Woodsmoor stations.
It’s a close distance to Stockport station too, which is around 1.2 miles away.
The home is also located close by to Stockport Grammar School, which could be handy for buyers who have kids.
For more information, check out the Rightmove listing here.
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