- Converted Chapel
- Large open plan living space
- 2 contemporary bathrooms
- 3 bedrooms
- Underfloor heating
- On street parking
- Front garden
A rare and sophisticated conversion of a late Georgian former chapel in the oldest part of Larkhall. Built in 1838 of Bath stone and in light industrial use since the late 60s, the conversion retains many elements of the chapel's history to offer an unusual live-work space full of light and character Many of the interior features, such as the show kitchen, are the work of local craftsmen, who have skilfully realised the owner's designs to bring elegance and joy to the space.
The master bedroom, in the chapel's original Sunday school, features unusual, long sash windows opening to the mezzanine space beyond which could be a TV snug. Two ground floor guest bedrooms, two modern bathrooms, the main kitchen and a utility room/pantry kitchen combine to make an ideal home and work environment.
Minimum Tenancy : 12 months
Bath & North East Somerset Council, To Be Confirmed
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