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A spacious five bedroom and two bathroom American style open plan, converted Chapel with large open plan living area with raised study area. The Chapel has been sympathetically converted with a wealth of stunning features including exposed stone and beams. The accommodation is spread over three floors with the lower floor offering entrance hall with galleried living area over, slate flooring and full height arched windows, two bedrooms, bathroom with spa bath and shower cabin, WC, laundry room and study. The first floor offers open plan living area with modern kitchen, study and access to the rear garden and spiral staircase to the second floor with three further bedrooms and bathroom. Externally the property boasts a courtyard area to the front and rear garden with raised decking, lawn, gravelled paths and planted areas with mature shrubs and trees. The Chapel has also been assessed for holiday letting by a North Wales holiday company with an estimated 30,000+ on a 34 week let per annum.
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Door to the front elevation, slate flooring, full height arched windows to the side elevation and ornate style radiator. Feature coloured glass block walls. Wrought iron staircase to galleried living area first floor.
Exposed stone feature wall, close coupled WC, wash hand basin, slate flooring, radiator, downlights and extractor fan.
Two glass block windows to the front elevation, exposed stone feature wall, laminate flooring and radiator.
Jack and Jill bathroom with large spa bath with tiled surround, shower and stream cabin with body jets, steam and radio, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Tiled walls and floor and chrome heated towel radiator.
Two glass block windows to the rear elevation. Exposed stone feature wall, laminate flooring and radiator. Double doors to laundry and study area.
Plumbing for washing machine, ceramic tiled flooring, downlights to ceiling and radiator.
Door to the front elevation. Slate flooring, worktop with inset sink and downlights to ceiling.
Large open plan living area with spiral staircase to second floor. Two arched windows to the front elevation and three to the side and two to the rear elevations. Feature exposed brick wall and ornate radiators. Modern kitchen with wall units including display cabinets and base units with work surface with breakfast bar and inset sink. Integrated dishwasher and range cooker with stainless steel splash back and extractor hood and plumbing for American style fridge freezer. Door opening to the rear garden. The living area offers ample space with galleried dining and sitting area and steps to raised study area.
Located in a raised position off the living area. Telephone points and galleried balustrade.
Access from the spiral staircase from the living area. Vaulted celing with exposed "A"frames and beams.
Two Velux roof windows and feature exposed stone wall, beams and "A" frames. Eaves access and ornate radiators.
Velux roof windows feature exposed stone wall and mezzanine level access via ladder, exposed beams and radiator.
Velux roof windows, exposed stone feature wall and beams. Radiator.
Modern period style suite comprising spa bath with claw feet and shower over, vanity unit with wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Tiled splash backs and exposed beams.
The Chapel has an enclosed courtyard to the front with gated access and stone wall boundaries. The rear garden has a raised decking area outside the kitchen door with steps down to mature gardens with tiered areas including lawn, planted flower beds with trees and shrubs and gravelled paths and beds.
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