An alternative conversion
A church or chapel conversion with striking gothic architecture, beautiful stained glass windows and spacious, open plan rooms offers great character and grandeur. The Chapel in Mayfield, East Sussex is designed by the renowned Victorian architect Edward Pugin. This Grade II listed building was part of what was Mayfield College, a boarding school run by monks of the Xavarian Brotherhood. The subsequent conversion and restoration has been sympathetic to the original style and the chapel still features the stained glass windows, gilded gold ceiling and ornate stone carvings. The property has a state of the art kitchen and high quality fittings throughout. The property is on the market with our Tunbridge Wells office, for more information click here. Perhaps not as bold as The Chapel in Mayfield, The Chapel House in Henley, Dorset still oozes character and charm. This three bedroom former Baptist chapel was converted into a family home around 20 years ago and has been extensively updated and improved. The master bedroom is of particular note, incorporating a bath and shower and coming complete with a timber clad ceiling that has been meticulously refinished to a high standard. The property is situated in Henley, which forms part of the larger village of Buckland Newton which has a range of local amenities and lies 10 miles north of the county town of Dorchester. The property is on the market with our Dorchester office, for more information click here. Deceptively spacious, The Old Chapel in Bethersden, Kent is an imaginatively converted former Methodist Chapel with a most attractive symmetrical arched front entrance. Internally, the property has been meticulously crafted and refinished, creating a contemporary living space that is ideal for entertaining. High vaulted ceilings add to the sense of space, while exposed timber beams maintain the traditional character. The Old Chapel is set in the popular village of Bethersden, with easy access to further facilities and transport links in picturesque Ashford. The property is on the market with our Cranbrook office, for more information click here.