A divine address:Converted church near Kew Bridge turned into 20 new homes complete with turrets and arched windows

Built in the 19th century, south-west London's St. George's Church is now home to 20 new flats; these unique apartments come complete with niche features such as turrets and spiral staircases

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The exquisite conversion of a church moments from Kew Bridge in south-west London has yielded 20 characterful flats, some double-height, with vaulted ceilings, distinctive arched windows and original stonework and stained glass.

Three apartments on the upper floors incorporate turrets and spiral staircases, and one has a private roof terrace with river views.

These homes range from 892sq ft to 1,814sq ft. St George's Church, built in 1887, became a museum in 1963, housing one of the world's foremost collections of mechanical musical instruments, now moved to a purpose-built museum in Brentford High Street.

Prices from £720,000. Call 020 7613 6561.


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