A 172-year-old church with beautiful stained glass windows is now a heavenly home on the market.

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A 172-year-old church with beautiful stained glass windows is now a heavenly home on the market for £750,000.<br />
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The Grade II Listed church was built in 1849 and still has some stunning ecclesiastical features such as vaulted ceilings, Gothic arches and pillars and the carved stone pulpit.<br />
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The property in Heywood, Wiltshire, was only converted into a home and studio by an artist couple seven years ago.<br />
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The Church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1849 in a late 13th century style and could seat 250 people. By 1981 it was in a poor state and the decision was made to merge with another parish.