Looking for a home with stunning window features, aisle and belfry not far from Luxembourg? Gouraincourt in France may have the solution after its Eglise Saint-Jules went on the market for a mere €190,000.
The property, which is being sold off because of high maintenance costs, is described by estate agents as having potential for renovation as a "loft".
Constructed from 1911 to 1913, the church has not been used for a mass for several years.
Interested buyers will have some work on their hands as this project would entail fitting out 150 m2 of original church interior.
What is more, the cost of heating the uninsulated property would set buyers back an estimated €30,000 each year, according to France 3 Grand Est.