When my darling friend, Anita of Castles, Crowns and Cottages decided to host another European link party, I couldn’t resist joining in on the fun. Today, we’re headed to Antwerp, Belgium to tour a four-bedroom home in a converted chapel that is now on the market for $1.51 million.
According to Tim Van de Velde of the NYTimes(where I spotted this gem), children from the village took bible classes here.
The living area boasts parquet floors with radiant heat and a fireplace designed to recirculate heat in the 49-by-33-foot loft-like space.
Swooning over those windows!
Simple master bedroom
the master suite features a walk in closet and bath
This moated Wissekerke castle that was once occupied by local nobility is now an art museum and a local attraction for weddings. Guess what? It’s only 150 yards away from the converted chapel. Buyers should love that, right!? Please visit Anita to be whisked away all over Europe! xx
images via nytimes