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Converted church at Mickfield, near Stowmarket, on the market for £600,000





Grade I-listed St Andrew’s Church, on the edge of the village of Mickfield, is a former Anglican church with origins believed to date back to the 14th century.

Having undergone significant renovations by English Heritage, the property is now on the market through David Burr, Woolpit, who are looking for offers in excess of £600,000.

The building has retained many period features and occupies a plot approaching one acre, with part wooded grounds.

The 14th century building sits on the edge of Mickfield. David Burr
The 14th century building sits on the edge of Mickfield. David Burr

In brief, the accommodation, which includes a tower bedroom and the former belfry, comprises a kitchen, study/bedroom, bathroom, cloakroom, large first floor sitting area, plus vaulted sitting room with large leaded light windows.

At the end of the sitting room is a former private chapel which is to remain for public worship but is accessed via a separate entrance.

Situated at the end of a private lane, the church sits in mature grounds, mainly laid to lawn, with a detached garage and workshop.

The former church has a price tag of £600,000. David Burr
The former church has a price tag of £600,000. David Burr
The kitchen in the former St Andrew's Church, Mickfield. David Burr
The kitchen in the former St Andrew's Church, Mickfield. David Burr
The home has a large sitting room. David Burr
The home has a large sitting room. David Burr
Part of the ground floor was once a private chapel and remains for public worship. David Burr
Part of the ground floor was once a private chapel and remains for public worship. David Burr

For further details, visit davidburr.co.uk

Alternatively, call 01359 245245.