This delightful converted WESLEYAN CHAPEL has parts dating back to 1909 and retains many ORIGINAL FEATURES. This is a WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY to acquire a property full of HISTORY and CHARACTER and offered for sale with no upward chain. Located in the rural, chocolate box village of Norwell in Nottinghamshire with good access to the A1. The village benefits from a public house, village shop, church, primary school and a bus route to Newark.
The accommodation comprises; entrance porch, spacious open plan living/sitting and dining area with multi fuel burner and door to rear courtyard garden. Fitted kitchen with appliances, useful utility room, inner hall, shower room with power shower and marble sink unit and three good size bedrooms to the ground floor. Upstairs, the large and impressive master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes, sitting/office area, exposed wooden beams, velux skylight and en-suite bathroom with large bath. Outside the low maintenance front garden sits behind a boundary wall, enclosed rear courtyard garden with paved patio area, perfect for alfresco dining, mature shrubs and trees, seating area and storage shed. The driveway to side of property provides off road parking.
Enter the property into the porch with window to the side, double doors to:
6.12m x 7.59m (20'1" x 24'11")
Large open plan living space incorporating kitchen fitted with base units, worktops and tiled splash backs, double oven, gas hob, stainless steel sink and drainer, internal feature window, two large windows to the front aspect, space for dining, radiator, two arch windows to the side. The lounge area has a multi fuel burner, door and window to the rear, bamed ceiling, wood flooring.
Base and wall cupboards, tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink and drainer, space for washing machine and fridge freezer.
Space for a an office desk, radiator, stairs to the first floor.
2.90m x 4.45m (9'6" x 14'7")
Light and bright double bedroom with window to the side, radiator and feature fireplace.
3.07m x 3.53m (10'1" x 11'7")
The second double bedroom is also light and airy and has a window to the side and a radiator.
3.00m x 2.57m (9'10" x 8'5")
The fourth bedroom is also a double room with window to the side and a radiator.
Shower cubicle with power shower, part tiles walls, tiled floor, low flush WC, marble sink, feature window.
8.74m x 5.59m (28'8" x 18'4")
The beautiful original staircase leads you to the exceptional spacious master suite with storage space in abundance, two Velux windows flood the room with natural light, sitting office area, exposed beams.
Large bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin.
This property has recently undergone extensive works at a cost to the vendor of £10,000. The works include: 90 tiles replaced on the roof, all valleys have been rebuilt, the gutters all cleared and the ivy and trees cut back and brickwork has been repointed.
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Council Tax Band
Freehold with vacant possession.
All dimensions are approximate. There may be some variation between imperial and metric measurements for ease of reference. Dimensions should not be used for fitting out.
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