Inside the £1.25m 7-Bedroom Converted Methodist Church in Oldham

The 100-year-old church has been converted into a 7-bedroomed house…

By Manchester's Finest | 20 September 2022

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Built all the way back in the 1920s, Healds Green Methodist Church in Chadderton Fold has been converted into a stunning 7-bedroomed house and is now on the market for a whopping £1.2m.

The church was purchased back in 2019 and converted into a home – divided into three floors and complete with original stained glass windows. The property includes underfloor heating, a proper gym, office space, a sauna and a huge terrace outside, overlooking a large lawn with trees, wildflowers and a pond.

There’s an open plan kitchen area with quartz work surfaces, four ovens, a drinks fridge and one of those posh water taps that does boiling hot and chilled water.

On top of this, there are two cloakrooms, a utility room, a boot room, study rooms and ‘hobby rooms’.

In total, the first floor features a whopping five bedrooms, each with its own ensuite, with the master bedroom boasting its very own dressing room. On the upper floor, there’s the potential for two more bedrooms too.

Healds Green Church sits within a plot of approximately one acre, the property’s garden is a combination of large lawn area, established trees and borders of oak, beech & sycamore, as well as more recent additions of wildflower areas and a pond.

Beyond the boundaries of the garden, the local countryside and rolling fields welcome a host of wildlife including deer, pheasants and buzzards.

Healds Green is a highly regarded hamlet in an extremely sought-after semi-rural area, on the outskirts of Chadderton, surrounded by green belt countryside, and with some fantastic walks right on the doorstep.