Inside the Grade II listed old chapel still with its own organ you could buy for just £75,000

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A stunning grade II listed former chapel with a huge amount of original features still in tact is going up for auction at a bargain price.

Bethania Chapel, located in Carmarthen Road in Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, is being jointly auctioned off by Auction House South Wales and Morgan & Davies with a guide price of £75,000.

It is designed in the old ‘Arts and Crafts’ style, and has original features including leaded glass fenestration, an organ, pitch pine pews, beamed ceilings, part quarry-tiled floors, and high panelled dividing doors with part-stained glass leaded features.

Although upgrading is required throughout the property, it is considered an ideal opportunity for a future residential development.

Bethania Methodist Chapel was built in 1860 and rebuilt in 1911 in the sub-classical and Arts and Crafts style of the long-wall entry type.

It was designed by architect John Howard Morgan of Carmarthen.

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Inside the old Ferryside chapel



The beamed ceilings



The high panelled dividing doors

 

Auctioneer and director of Auction House South Wales, Marc Morrish said: “It is an attractive building and is designed in the old arts and crafts style. We’re expecting there to be a lot of interest.

“It is grade two listed and there is a lot of original features including lovely leaded glass windows, a nice organ, high quality beams and high panelled doors.”

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He added: “Working with the local authority’s planning department, it could make one large detached residence or failing that there could be scope to turn it into two.”

The property will be auctioned off on February 10 at noon. If you wish to express your interest and place a bid, you can do so by clicking here.

You can book an appointment to view the old chapel by calling Morgan & Davies on 01570 423623.



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