The chapel already has planning permission to be converted into a home.
The detached building of stone construction under a pitch tiled roof is not, as far as we know, listed and has existing planning permission for residential conversion.
The adjacent and attached graveyard offers potential for off road parking. I think the chapel, after conversion, could make someone a very cosy, solid little home and you wouldn't have to worry about any noise from the neighbours!
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