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Swedish chapel transformed into an incredible cottage that’s selling for peanuts

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 19, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Cat DiStasio last modified Mar 18, 2016

The chapel is located in the scenic canal-front town of Töreboda in the southern part of Sweden. Originally built in 1966, the structure consists of just two rooms. Renovations in 2006 turned the chapel into a cozy home, with a spacious family room consuming the original worship space and sporting a 21-foot-high ceiling. Upstairs, the loft has been transformed into a bedroom. A full kitchen has also been incorporated into the first floor of the building. Related: Decrepit 19th century chapel...






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