The 160-year-old building in Nethergate, Westwoodside, near Doncaster had been given a guide price of £40,000 – but was snapped up at an auction earlier this week for £134,000.
It is not clear who the successful bidder was or what the plans for the historic building are.
Auctioneer firm Mark Jenkinson said the building has ‘potential for a variety of uses’ and added: “Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in respect of all possible uses for the building.”
The lot included the original chapel from 1861 and a late extension from 1894.
Earlier this week, another Doncaster church was put up for sale for nearly half a million pounds.
The former United Reformed Church on Hall Gate in Doncaster town centre and which is 220 years old, has been put on the market for £425,000.