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This former Methodist chapel has been meticulously refurbished since it was converted into a residential dwelling. With a fine attention to detail and retaining some of the original features, the accommodation over three floors and is presently operated as a highly successful holiday home business. Approached along a path through the reclaimed wrought iron gates and arch the front lobby has enclosed stairs to the front upper floor and double doors to the vaulted reception room. Double aspect with Gothic stone mullioned arched windows and oak floorboards, there is ample space for a dining area. The open plan oak and granite fitted kitchen includes a peninsula breakfast bar and extensive cabinets and a recessed range, complemented with a slate floor. To the side is one of the many luxuriously appointed bathrooms with separate shower cubicle. To the rear is the ground floor bedroom wing providing three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms with quality fittings. The front upper floor choir gallery now makes for a lovely reading area overlooking the main reception and front garden with an enclosed winding staircase ascending to the master bedroom. To the rear of the main room is the primary sitting area accessed from a flight of stairs and is a light vaulted triple aspect area with central Bath stone chimney breast and wood burner. This is flanked by matching windows, one of which includes a door to a rear deck and two matching out rooms. (NOTE: Planning exists for two further rooms and bathroom to be created on this area). The beamed master bedroom is on the third floor and extends the whole length of the main building with built-in cupboards, a separate en-suite shower room and WC.
Set in rural Wiltshire, the National Trust village of Lacock is famous for its picturesque streets, historic buildings, beautiful Abbey, Fox Talbot museum of photography and more recently as a TV and film location. Within this unique village of historic houses and modern family homes is a local primary school, three popular public houses, a restaurant, post office and a grocery store. There is easy access to Junction 17 of the M4 motorway, which in itself allows speedy travel to Swindon and onto London or west to Bath and Bristol.
The garden to the front is laid to lawn with a side gravelled path to the rear hall. Parking is on the nearby High Street.
AGENTS NOTE: Planning permission was granted in October 2013 to add two further bedrooms on the first floor rear deck.
The property is presently run as a successful holiday home rental and could be sold with furniture and fittings for those wishing to continue with this as a business proposal.
High Quality Presentation
4 Bath/Shower Rooms
Vaulted Reception Rooms
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