Live in a 1 bedroom church in Cape Town for R5.5 million

Dating back to 1857, the property was first intended as a church to serve the community, however, the community soon outgrew the space ultimately resulting in a new church being built on Kildare Road, Pam Golding said.

“A national monument with soaring cathedral ceilings, arched windows, an “altar” and 2 mezzanine levels, the property offers a couple of possibilities: convert the chapel into a unique and special home or continue using the space to run a business with municipal consent, the real estate agent said.

The accommodation consists of a large open-plan living area, a mezzanine bedroom with Bic, a shower bathroom and guest cloakroom, a study, a modern kitchen and a wine cellar, said Pam Golding.

It also noted a vine-covered patio and a walled north-facing garden, and parking for 4/6 cars behind gates.


  • Main bedroom with air conditioner, built-in cupboards and wooden floors
  • Bathroom with basin, shower, toilet and tiled floors
  • Kitchen with stone floors, tiled floors, caesar stone finishes, wood finishes, extractor fan and gas/electric stove
  • Living room with tiled floors
  • Study with air conditioner and laminate wood floors
  • Guest cloakroom with tiled floors

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