April 11, 2022

This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million

Do you need a bit of that old-time religion?

This Mount Dora home has you covered. Located at 4712 Sloewood Drive, this rural homestead comes complete with its own chapel. The chapel was modeled on a still-standing 19th century church in Illinois and built with the wood of an Seminole County schoolhouse turned church.

The Southern Gothic revival home was dreamt up by local builder/homeowner Sam Sadler in 2017. The house boasts a 26 ft. ceiling made of cypress, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and custom chandeliers. The 3-bed, 3-bath farmhouse is over 3300 square feet, but barely makes a dent in the 3-acre-plus property complete with private pond.


The listing is represented by Denise Pierce of Watson Realty. The seller is asking for $1,675,000
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This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
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This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million
This Mount Dora home comes with 1800s chapel out back for $1.7 million