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Relocation, relocation, relocation...<br />
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For the price of a bedsit down south you could buy this idylic chapel in divine highland scenery in the heart of Glenlivet.<br />
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A listed church and chapel house in need of renovation are on the market for just £150,000 but could be turned into a 'divine' homes.<br />
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For the bargain price tag the buyer will get four-bedroom Tombae Chapel House and the neighbouring 188-year-old church, which was used as a place of worship up until it closed in 2012.<br />
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The Gothic Revival church still has pews, the altar, lectern, statues and wall hangings in place, looking exactly as it did when the congregation left five years ago.<br />
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The two properties sit in an idyllic rural setting in Moray, north-east Scotland, within the Glenlivet Estate - close to the Glenlivet distillery, one of the biggest and oldest single malt distilleries in the world.