I got this in an e-mail, pretty neat. Also, our friend Miss C provided a link to a website dedicated to this cool house, find it here. Apparently it's called the St. Nicholas Church House.
St Nicholas Church, Kyloe; Built in 1792 on the site of an earlier church dating from around the 1100's. Deconsecrated in the 80's after which it stood derelict for around 20 years. Taken on as a conversion project in 2002, now completed. The property comprises 1 acre of land, a large garden, outbuildings with planning permission for conversion to a 2 bedroom cottage and the church itself. Carefully and thoughtfully converted for domestic use, offering 4/5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, two reception rooms, two kitchens and huge open plan living area.