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Former Baptist Chapel, 102 High Street, Bathford, BathVICTORIAN FORMER CHAPEL (WITH GARDEN) TO BE SOLD BY AUTION
was built in 1839 to provide a meeting house for worship by
In 1841 the Reverend James Jackson assigned the land and the chapel for the nominal sum of five shillings to trustees for the term of one thousand years. On 19 October 1983 the building became listed Grade 2.
During the major refurbishment in 1996 the roof was replaced and the original pulleys for raising and lowering the original candelabra were found. They remain within the new roof.
Bath & North East Somerset (Listed Buildings Department) accepts the use may be changed to residential.
Stone built detached chapel with an internal eaves height of 5.46 metres (approximately 18 ft). Within the main auditorium is a mezzanine gallery area.
There is a single storey rear extension comprising toilet and kitchen with access to the rear garden area.
Net internal area:
Main auditorium: 54.16m² (583ft²)
Rear extension of: 15.2m² (164ft²)
Total: 747ft² approximately
Unusually for a chapel of this sort there is an enclosed garden adjacent to the building.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
CEFN BYCHAN CHAPEL, Newbridge, Wrexham, N. Wales LL14 3JA
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Tel: 01978 841180
Mob: 07808 131039
Offers over £90,000
allows about 2500 M2 of living area, which makes for a sensible
Current is for 5 bedrooms and 4/5 bathrooms plus massive living area.
Currently built, and habitable are 1 bedroom and 2 bathrooms, 2nd bathroom being used as temporary kitchen.
Damp proof course installed, hot water, central heating, Rayburn cooker/heating, insulation, etc.
Make no mistake that this property requires a lot more work to complete. But consider the asking price of £150,000 against a completed value of £300,000+.
All mains services connected: Electric, gas, water, sewage (just cost me £8000), broadband.
For planning details please visit Wrexham Council, planning ref; 2012/0665.
This place is an absolute steal because we have run out of money to complete the project. £1000's of materials included in price.
The Old Chapel, Upwell, Wisbech, PE14 9AB
Contact Henry Wright: Tel - 01945 773035
This former Methodist Chapel was built in 1836 and converted in 2005. It is situated in the scenic fenland village of Upwell, on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border, 30 miles from Cambridge. It is in a conservation area but is not listed.
The contemporary design is by award-winning architect Jeremy Harrall from Search Architects. Downstairs, the chapel has 3 bedrooms, one with a large en-suite wet room, a main bathroom with extra large bath and a utility room. A wide spiral staircase in the centre of the ground floor leads to a mezzanine floor above.
The open plan living area upstairs is the highlight of the property, comprising kitchen, dining, study and lounge areas. In order to maximise the light to the downstairs bedrooms, the first floor is balconied on three sides and does not touch the outer walls, giving a galleried effect. The roof beams & windows are original features. In the living area there is an anthracite burning stove. The kitchen is fitted with a dishwasher, double butler sink, Neff double oven and De Deitrich induction hob.
Behind the property, there is a compact, low maintenance garden with off road parking for one car.
consider an exchange, with cash adjustment if necessary.
Holbeach St Matthews, near Boston and Spalding in LincolnshireUnconverted chapel built in 1868 in perfect condition with lots of original features. The chapel is not listed. It has potential, as a blank canvas, to convert into a unique two/three bedroom home with two bathrooms plus cloakroom.
The chapel has many original features, notably the arched braced oak timber roof beams.
Please note: All internal ecclesiastical fixtures have been removed with the exception of the pulpit.
There is a beautiful uncluttered grassed plot of land approximately 1.25 acres (STS).
There are no graves/gravestones in the grounds.
Planning Permission was granted in January 2011 to convert the chapel into a home and the land has permission for an orchard and paddock.
After conversion the church will have an internal area of 1700 sq ft allowing for semi-open plan living. Drawing available to interested parties.
Holbeach is approx five miles away. Spalding, Boston and Kings Lynn are about 15 miles away and central London is 90 miles distant.
Price: £175,000 ono
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The Old Chapel, Newbiggin, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 9DH
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|Detached chapel conversion situated in
an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) – David Bellamy described
this fellside area between the Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall as
‘England’s last wilderness’.
Village setting with pub/restaurant, and excellent local schools nearby. Unusually for a chapel conversion, the property has a generous garden, including walled cottage garden area, lawn and a driveway providing parking for 4 cars.
A special feature of the house appealing to families with children is the “Secret” wardrobe door (inspired by “the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”) that leads from bedroom 3 into play area/bedroom 4. There is also a treehouse in the garden, and the small stream next to the house is safe for paddling/netting and catching small fish (if the resident heron doesn’t get there first!)
The Old Chapel has a large dining kitchen with Aga, living room with log-burning stove, 3-4 bedrooms, 2 en-suites, main bathroom and utility room/workshop/store. The property has oil-fired central heating, an oil-fired Aga and log-burning/multi-fuel stove.
The features include the stained glass windows, wood floor from a church, stone corbels, beamed ceiling, use of old pine pews which have been made into doors, skirting boards and staircase. In the dining kitchen, a mahogany, former CO-OP counter provides a useful worksurface and serving area together with the Chapel’s original lecturn and balustrade separating the entrance from the dining area which complements the Aga to provide a most characterful and welcoming kitchen.
Urquhart, MORAY, Grampian Highlands, Scotland
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Seven bedroom church conversion half a mile from the village of Urquhart, currently being run as a successful four star B & B with a self catering apartment and with planning consent for three lodges in the beautiful, two acres of gardens which boast a pond and a waterfall.
The church building dates back to 1843 and is B-listed. The bell tower still has the original bell, it is now connected to a clock and sounds automatically or you still can ring it the old-fashioned way with the rope!
Lounge and 'gallery' dining area; Second lounge 'Bar' style; Main kitchen/breakfast room; Seven bedrooms in total - three with en suite; Two further bathrooms; Third lounge - part of the integral flat with open archway to the second kitchen.
The church is approximately five miles to the east of the county town of Elgin (Scotlands smallest and friendliest city) and is close to both the Grampian Highlands and to the white sandy beaches and dunes of the Moray Firth where dolphins are frequently spotted.
The property is set in grounds of approx two acres.
The vendor has planning permission for:
1) Three lodges for holiday let amongst the trees of the lower part of the grounds, each one with open uninterrupted views towards either the east, the west or the north-west from its own extensive terrace.
2) Extensive internal alterations within the church building: Forming nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms (of which are seven are en suite).
Opening and converting the altar area at the back of the church into a grand lounge/ dining area with two stone steps, with conversion of the vestry toilet into a kitchen with direct access to the garden, extending the existing apartment to nearly double the size!
Creation of a mezzanine gallery to main lounge under the original church ceiling as to extend the spectacular main reception area (or for business purpose as to offer unique, spectacular space for bistro lounge/restaurant facilities).
The vendor may consider a 'Lease-to-Buy'-arrangement as to ease the entry for potential buyers; especially if new in the business. Active help with the start and continued promotion by the present owner if required - and/or a business loan is required.