Church conversions are not new to the market - here in Inverclyde we're fortunate to have many rejuvinated spaces that will be used by generations to come.

Yet, there's something still very special about seeing something old become something new, and this apartment positioned over the ground and first floor levels of a striking converted church building in the heart of Quarriers Village really has that 'wow factor'.

Greenock Telegraph:

Set in the former Mount Zion Church that was opened in 1888, it held over 2,000 people at a time. Eventually too big for modern day use, it was sold to developers and converted into flats in 2004.

One of the 12 individual homes within the B listed building has come onto the market, and its impressive features would make it a real talking point for guests visiting your home.

Greenock Telegraph:

The character of this iconic building is displayed in the magnificent preserved secondary glazed stain leaded windows, carved stone buttresses and vaulted ceiling in the upper floors. The property offers spacious living with modern décor and a high standard of fittings and finishing. There is a security entry system to the building and a gas fired central heating system.

Greenock Telegraph:

The kitchen has a stylish range of gloss fronted, fitted furniture with integral Neff appliances and a semi open plan layout to the split-level living area above.

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Stylish modern sanitary ware with complementary tiling adores the W.C, en-suite shower room and bathroom.

The stunning principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling with both stain leaded windows and a ceiling height Velux window.

Greenock Telegraph:

Quarriers is a peaceful residential hamlet between Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm and this home is the perfect opportunity for someone looking for a property with a difference. 

Greenock Telegraph:

This two bedroom property is on the market for offers over £200,000.

It is on the market with Corum in Bridge of Weir who can be contacted on 01505 458029.

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