The hedonistic, party-filled days of summer are behind us, and we’re all rugged up, feeling practically saintly.
Fittingly, we’re feeling very drawn to this charming Wembley church. First built in 1941, it’s currently up for grabs – whether you transform it into your unique dream home or continue its legacy as a church or community organisation.
Situated on Pangbourne Street, you’ll be perfectly situated amongst Wembley’s amenities – including tantalisingly close to Monsterella’s delicious pizza and Mummucc’s enviable wine list. What’s a church without a bit of temptation, eh?
Of course, we’re most struck by the heritage-listed church’s nave. Crisp white vaulted ceilings emphasise its scale – residentially grand and yet ecclesiastically intimate.
1940s milk-glass pendants line each aisle, while stained glass fills each window.
And just think of the possibilities, like inviting friends round for dinner and airing all your spicy opinions from the pulpit.
A secondary hall has great vintage vibes – from its classic red bricks, gently vaulted ceiling, or its curtained stage waiting for you to show your dramatic side.
Feeling the temptation? You can check out 35 Pangbourne Street’s listing here.