Stunning Chapel in Crondall just rented out via Keats Fearn
Chapel House is a striking conversion of a former church, dating back to 1879 and converted in the early 1980's. The property has been cleverly planned to create well proportioned flexible living accommodation with a light and airy atmosphere. There are a host of noteworthy features including an alarm, water softener, aerial points to all of the downstairs rooms, satellite dish/roof aerial, double glazing throughout and gas fired central heating via radiators with a pressured hot water tank.
Undoubtedly one of the main features of the property is that it offers exceptionally flexible accommodation with the ground floor being able to be completely re-modelled to create an almost self contained space for teenagers. On the ground floor there are 2 double bedrooms, a family bathroom, utility room and a useful sitting room/games room. With a separate entrance from the house is the old Vestry which has been converted and has it's own shower room and w.c. and could be used as a self contained bedroom or home office. On the first floor there is the impressive vaulted drawing room/dining room with a feature floor to ceiling window and a large open fireplace with a brick hearth. The kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of cream units under black granite work surfaces, a Butler sink and integrated appliances. An ornate spiral staircase connects all floors together. There is a mezzanine level above the dining room incorporating the main bedroom, a shower room and a large wardrobe. To the front of Chapel House there is parking for several vehicles and a double car port. The rear walled courtyard garden has been attractively landscaped to create a secluded environment and backs onto a small brook, a subsidiary from the River Hart. Outside the house there is a patio area with a raised water feature and brick pathway leading to a covered area with a built in bar-b-que. The garden is bordered by well stocked flower beds with a feature pond.
Agents Notes:The property is located in the Crondall Conservation area and benefits from gas fired central heating with the boiler located in the utility room and being approximately installed in the 1980's.