This converted chapel for sale comes with “mesmerising” sea views and is full of original character features.
Chapel House, in Haverfordwest, was originally built in 1826 as Penycwm Independent Sunday School.
The property was rebuilt as Penycwm Chapel in 1870, in the Simple Gothic style, eventually closing in 1991 and later being converted into a private home.
Chapel House is close to the sea, being within walking distance of Porthmynawyd Beach.
Entering the property, there is a spacious sitting room with a log-burner and a stone surround, plus wooden ceiling beams and an arched window.
There is also a rustic barrel in one corner, which can be opened up to reveal a small drinks cabinet.
Also on the ground floor is a kitchen and dining area with an exposed stone wall and modern appliances, and a bathroom.
Upstairs, the main bedroom is described as a “true highlight” of the property, with a vaulted ceiling and arched beams, plus the original viewing platform which stands beside an arched window and has panoramic views over the bay.
Completing the accommodation are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom, and the property is being sold fully furnished.
The property is being sold by estate agents Ben & Thomas with Avocado Property for a price of £380,000.
Thomas Dunn of Avocado Property commented: “The most impressive thing about this property is probably the view.
“The main bedroom still has the original viewing platform from when it was used as a chapel, and you can look out of the stained glass window for incredible views.
"The property was on the market with a local agent and didn’t sell and we were recommended to help as a bespoke service.
"Ben and I are the business owners and we love bringing back the communication and fun into moving again!"