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Old timber chapel offers historic bones in the English countryside

If you’ve ever dreamed of setting off into the English countryside to live a simpler life, this may be your chance. An old former chapel is on sale in Pett Bottom, Kent, and though it needs a lot of work, the possibilities are endless. The wood-and-brick structure sits on approximately half an acre in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (an official designation, by the way) among gardens and within views of the Downs (a ridge of chalk hills).
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