17 May 2018

Wesleyan Chapel has been transformed into quirky flats

Wesleyan Chapel has been transformed into quirky flats

Located in Doune, dominated by the medieval Doune Castle, you can find this unique property set in the heart of the historic village.

13 George Street' is located within the former Wesleyan Chapel and caught our eye thanks to the beautiful sandstone exterior, impressive double fronted doors and sash and case windows.

The one-bedroom flat has been well maintained by the current owners yet still retains its original charm and character.

Inside you can find a lounge with feature fireplace, modern kitchen, one double bedroom and three piece shower room.

Offered to the market at offers over £78,000, this property is sure to appeal to a range of buyers including first-time buyers and those looking to for a holiday home.

The property is currently on the market with Aberdein Considine's Stirling office. To view the full property details, click here.

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