Northamptonshire property: Take a look inside this beautiful chapel house conversion on the market for £550,000
"I was really taken by this unique conversion, particularly the impressive vaulted kitchen. Perfect for entertaining."
A Northamptonshire village chapel which has been converted into a beautiful home is on the market for £550,000.
The Old Chapel in Greens Norton, Towcester, is up for sale with property specialists Savills
Savills property agent Nick Rudge said: "I was really taken by this unique conversion, particularly the impressive vaulted kitchen. Perfect for entertaining."
The Old Chapel is a beautifully refurbished chapel dating back to the 1900 built of mellow red brick beneath a slate roof and is situated in the heart Greens Norton.
Whilst offering plenty of character and charm, the chapel has a contemporary and open plan feel, Savills said.
A Savills spokesman said the home has a vaulted ceiling, Gothic arched windows and exposed timbers, which provides a 'real sense of this beautiful property's history'.
The Old Chapel has been carefully and sympathetically refurbished, according to Savills, and there has been an attention to detail and use of modern fittings including stone fireplace with wood burner, Crittall windows, double glazing, wooden flooring, under floor heating, stylish modern lighting, white bathroom fittings."
The home also has a bespoke hand made kitchen, which offers plenty of space for cooking, dining, or just relaxing.
The spokesman added: "In recent times, the property has been run as an Air BnB and due to its position in the heart of the village, this property would ideally suit a lock up and leave buyer or professional couple requiring a stylish base."
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