Converted Chapel

Listed by David Shelley

Address: Trinity Chapel Barroway Drove
Country: United Kingdom
Price: £285,000
Beds: 3
Status: Active

With a place of worship thought to have been on the site since 1833, and with the current example constructed in 1907, Trinity Chapel is a fine conversion which offers the most impressive of far reaching open countryside views and spacious internal accommodation. An abundance of features are located within the building which are suggestive of both the era and purpose of construction, and which should resonate with whom has ever set foot into a building of this nature. The grand hall with its tall 17' treated timber panelled ceiling and triple aspect windows, offers the rare feature of a pulpit and preachers lectern positioned to one corner of the room. Overlooked by an impressive mezzanine which gives a special view of the building. The internal accommodation is completed by an entrance vestibule which opens up into the wide entrance hallway and which in turn gives access to a ground floor bathroom, fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, first floor shower room, two first floor bedrooms and a ground floor room which could offer a variety of uses -including a bedroom. Offering stripped wooden floors, period light switches (re-instated), original stripped wooden double entrance doors and deep sill'ed windows all which are a delight to discover and add a sense of integrity to what is a special building. Off road parking and a walled rear garden assist this home to be both dramatic and practical, whilst the mid-West Norfolk back drop and large skies are just perfect. This lovely home is also being offered for sale with no onward chain.
  • Converted Former Chapel
  • No Onward Chain
  • Two/three bedrooms
  • two bathrooms
  • Grand Reception Hall With Double Height Ceiling
  • Enclosed Rear Garden and Off Road Parking
  • Many Character Features
  • Central heating
  • uPVC Double Glazed Windows


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Listed by: David Shelley

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