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Bursting with character this charming former Wesleyan Chapel dates back to 1866 and benefits from the most spectacular sea and countryside views from the majority of the rooms. The property has been magnificently converted, to maintain many of its original features, with beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, stained glass detail and fireplaces. The Old Chapel benefits from four double bedrooms, two bathrooms and two receptions room. Outside there is off street parking and a well maintained garden to the side.
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Front aspect single glazed window, wooden front door, double doors leading to inner hallway, original panelling, tiled flooring.
Beautiful stained glass feature, imported by the current owner from a Methodist chapel in Plymouth. Radiator, stairs rising to first floor.
Dual aspect windows with one to the front two double glazed to the side and one to the rear. Feature stone wall incorporating a stone fireplace and wood store. Double doors, radiator and engineered oak wooden flooring.
Front aspect frosted window, corner shower unit with electric shower, wash hand basin, wc, radiator, stone effect tiled flooring.
Front aspect window enjoying both countryside and sea views. Feature stone wall with decorative period fireplace. Radiator.
Rear aspect window enjoying rural views onto moorland, oil fired Rayburn supplying domestic hot water and heating. Beamed ceilings. Built in base nits with tiled worktop over and integral stainless steel sink, space for washing machine, electric hob and oven. Under stairs pantry with space for fridge freezer and shelving.
Light tunnel with stained glass, cupboard housing immersion heater, built in bookshelves, carpeted flooring, door leading to attic entrance.
Front aspect window to front enjoying sea views and an additional double glazed arch window to the side with stained glass shutters which also enjoys both countryside and sea views. Radiator, built in storage cupboard.
Rear aspect window which enjoys countryside views across moorland and an additional double glazed side aspect arched window with stained glass shutters, which also enjoys countryside and sea views. Feature exposed stone wall, radiator.
Front aspect window with rural and sea views, radiator, carpeted flooring.
Front aspect window with rural and sea views, carpeted flooring, two radiators.
Rear aspect obscure glass window, corner bath, wash hand basin, wc and bidet, tiled walls, heated towel rail and vinyl flooring.
To the front of the property is a gravelled parking area. To the side of the property is a well established laid to lawn garden with an array of pretty shrubs and flowers.
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