THE OLD CHAPEL
Useful garden room
Planning approval for extension
The vendors request that applicants are cash buyers only, in no chain, please.
Situated down a tranquil country lane in Marston, in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, lies this adorable 100 year old converted Chapel: replete with character features, cosy spaces, a useful garden room and a stunning double-height kitchen/ dining room.
True to its history and with heaps of character, The Old Chapel creates a cosy home or desirable holiday let. On entering the property through a pretty, yellow front door you enter the reception hall with stairs leading up to a good size, light and airy mezzanine bedroom with an attractive wooden balustrade.
From the hallway, you continue through to the cosy lounge with access to the outside. The lounge leads through to the second bedroom, bathed in light by a garden-facing window.
The jewel in the crown of The Old Chapel must be the fantastic kitchen/ dining space with its vaulted ceiling, making an impressive heart of the home. Stylish cabinets, a built-in oven, attractive sink and counter-top hob create the kitchen area with an ample dining space at the other side of the room – which also features a traditional, Deville multi-fuel oven. Double doors open out to the rear garden.
A family bathroom with a sweet, free-standing bath and overhead shower completes the ground floor accommodation.
Outside: There is pedestrian access to the rear as well as a useful garden shed, which can be accessed from the front and back of the house. The pretty courtyard garden is not overlooked and gives a lovely, private space to soak up the sun. The space is terraced with seating areas and pretty planting. A further, attractive workshop building lies to the rear and could easily be converted for other uses, such as a home office.
Planning approval has also been granted to add an extension to the property. Planning application number: PZ01807/FH. (Herefordshire Council)
Area: Marston is a pretty hamlet which lies just north east of the black and white village of Pembridge (part of the Black and White Trail), a great holiday destination for those looking into local history. A wide range of amenities can be found here, including a local shop, tea rooms, public houses and stunning walks along the river arrow.
"An adorable Herefordshire country cottage"
From Pembridge, take the A44 towards Kington; go past Westonbury Mill Water Gardens on your left, take the first right to Marston and pass through the Hamlet until you arrive at the property on the left hand side.
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