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Chapel Heights is a fine example of Gothic architecture. The building dates back 1905 and was designed by C.E. Kempe and Walter E. Tower and constructed of local red brick with Bath Stone moulded work. The building was converted to 10 apartments in the year 2000 with Number 1 occupying the nave of the chapel with both the confessional booths and original church door still in situ.
The property is accessed through a beautiful communal hallway with intricate stone work archways and stone in-cased full height arched windows. The front door leads to an entrance lobby and through into the main hallway with cloakroom. Double doors lead into the wonderful open plan main living area. This part of the building still maintains the original confessionals with impressive arched stone work, stone in-cased windows, impressive ceiling heights and original chapel doors which lead out to the paved terrace. The room leads around to incorporate the dining space and kitchen with breakfast bar. Stairs lead to an open landing with doors to four bedrooms, including the guest bedroom with en-suite shower room and the master offering a generous bedroom with dressing room and en-suite. The first floor is completed with a utility room and family bathroom.
To the rear of the property is a private walled courtyard garden and access to the pretty landscaped communal gardens. The Chapel also benefits from parking and a double garage with storage above.
Share of freehold
Service charge £225.00 per month
Stunning Period Features
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room
Guest Room with En-Suite
Private Walled Garden
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