Described by Foxtons estate agents as 'unique', the four-bedroom converted church houses a reception room with a full-height ceiling and a private patio.
A lot of the church's original features such as the stained glass windows are still in place, but thankfully there's some under floor heating put in.
At a total of 6,167 square foot, the property costs just over £1,621 per square foot, much higher than the average property price for the NW10 area.
The council tax alone is in Band H, with whoever decides to own the church house having to cough up an extra £2,046 a year.
There's one more catch too, stamp duty will cost a small £1,113,749.