Chapel Conversion

From lower ground floor to piano nobile.....

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Conversion of Grade II Victorian chapel of ease into a dwelling. The building, with origins as a barn, has been reconverted to provide a new, light and spacious house within the restored fabric. The main floor has been raised up to the level of the oak mullioned leaded light windows, creating a suite of generously proportioned rooms and forming a cellar below. Bedrooms have been incorporated into the roof space. There are two staircases and a mezzanine gallery.

Extensive use has been made of reclaimed materials, notably in the timber floors, planked doors (with hand-made wooden latches) and granite fireplace.

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