A BATTERED old church has become home to some of Warrington’s plushest apartments.

Work on the former Stockton Heath Christian Fellowship building on Chapel Lane is almost complete.

It is set to be turned into six apartments.

The chapel has a long history in Warrington but was erected at its current site in October 1828.

Before demolition, it consisted of a main building with a modern extension and a two-storey building to the front known as ‘The Cottage’.

Warrington Guardian:

The proposals for the site involved the conversion of the chapel building into six two-bedroom apartments, as well as the demolition of The Cottage and the modern porch extension.

Now, the apartments are almost complete with them already being advertised to rent.

The flats in the ‘stunning new development’ are advertised on Adams.

A two-bedroom one, unit six, is currently listed for £1,150 per calendar month.

It is described as a self-contained two-storey house accessed via its own front door.

Warrington Guardian:

It has a hall, cloaks/WC, a utility cupboard, open plan living/dining/kitchen space, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

A spokesperson for Adams said: “There are a total of six, high-quality, self-contained apartments within the development.

“Please contact our Stockton Heath office directly to arrange a viewing & secure your reservation.”

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