28 Aug 2018
From the outside, this family home could still be easily mistaken as the 1830s church it once was.
With beautiful stonework, iron gates and intricate features, the exterior oozes charm and character, yet inside it's been completely transformed into a modern home.
After falling into disuse in 2013, the current owners purchased the rare property and meticulously upgraded it, creating a spacious family home with the wow-factor.
Arrange around a central courtyard, the accommodation spans over one level and is full to the brim with period features.
The impressive arched double leafed front door opens to the former church hall, now an impressive lounge and kitchen.
The room has fabulous heated stone flooring, two arched tracery windows, a log burning Clearview stove, and is open plan to a handmade painted oak kitchen.
Serving dinner under the stunning stained glass is enough to make guests green with envy.
The old vestry is now being used as a grand dining room with French doors which provide a splendid view of the church hall.
There are five bedrooms in total with the master featuring vaulted ceilings, French doors and luxury en-suite bathroom with 'his & hers' sinks.
The courtyard is a distinguishing feature of the property, providing a sheltered, private space for the family to relax in.
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