A Cockenzie home, which served as a church for more than 100 years, has been put up for sale at offers over £495,000.
The Bethel, at 7 New Street, Cockenzie, served as a church from 1889 until about 1993, when it was converted into a family home, as was another Bethel in South Doors in 1992.
The church was used by the town's fishermen, serving as one of their places of worship for over a century, 
The home has now been modernly decorated into a charming family accommodation.
Located in a peaceful cul-de-sac, the generous and versatile accommodation exudes tremendous character and includes three sizeable double bedrooms each with its own unique style and design. The home also includes three bathrooms, two of which are en suites, which are modernly fitted, spacious and welcoming. 
The large sitting room offers plenty of room to relax and is, along with the rest of the home, modernly decorated with a separate dining area, spacious study, modern kitchen with an island feature, breakfast room and a family room.
The large family room has been used as such by the previous owners but could alternately be turned into a fourth bedroom with en suite wet room. To the rear is a delightful patio garden which offers plenty of space to relax and catch the sun.
Additional benefits include gas central heating, a guest WC and a 'Juliette' balcony.
The home is listed by Simpson and Marwick and viewings can be arrange, or enquiries made, by contacting the agents on 01620 678806.