The Old Chapel is a superb conversion of a period building to provide an unusual character home in an outstanding location overlooking fields, and could offer a delightful pied-à-terre for someone seeking a rural retreat.
The front door is to the side of the property and opens into a square hallway, off which is a cloakroom with vanity basin with plenty of storage and W.C. A pair of double doors lead into the well thought out kitchen/dining room which has been fitted with a range of contemporary, soft grey, Shaker style units. The centre piece of the kitchen is a large quartz-topped central island incorporating an extra large Neff Induction hob and matching down-draft extractor, which slides into the unit when not being used. Casual dining is served by an oak breakfast bar inset into the island. The kitchen has ample storage and is fitted with integrated Neff appliances including a single oven and combi microwave. There is a large lantern light over the Island unit and doors to the side giving access to the enclosed outside seating area with composite decking.
Two broad steps from the kitchen lead down to the main living room which is naturally divided into two distinct living areas by the generous staircase to the first floor. A French door at the front opens onto a compact seating area and also gives views to the open countryside beyond. There is a large under-stairs cupboard with good storage and also contains the gas boiler and manifolds for the under-floor heating.
The staircase is a fine feature with oak banisters and twisted, turned oak, spindles giving a contemporary twist on a classic design. The two bedrooms are front and rear aspect separated by the family bathroom. The front bedroom has a window plus feature arched window and a door into a large dressing room with hanging space and dressing table. The rear bedroom is larger but without built-in storage.
The family bathroom is fitted with a three-piece bathroom with a separate, thermostatically controlled, shower over the bath with glass shower screen. The walls are part-tiled with mainly blue-toned pearlescent subway tiles.