A unique 3 bedroom semi-detached former chapel, with beautiful stained glass windows and a pretty courtyard garden. The property benefits from having no onward chain and viewing is highly recommended.
Chapel House is accessed through a wrought iron gate to the side of the property onto a footpath leading to the impressive double doors. The property was formerly an Ebenezer Chapel dating back to 1869. Throughout the property you will find a wealth of character with stained glass windows.On the ground floor from the entrance hall is is the principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, a single bedroom and a bathroom.Oak stairs lead to the first floor with the galley style kitchen and an archway leading through to the fabulous open plan living/dining room with attractive fireplace surrounding an electric heater.Ascending to the loft conversion, there is a great double bedroom with en suite shower room and velux windows with fabulous views across the countryside. There is a charming courtyard garden at the rear of the property accessed by a right of way around the adjacent properties to the right hand side. As the property is not listed it would perhaps be possible to create an access point from the kitchen, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.In all approximately 0.02 of an acre. EPC: F.
Wellow is a desirable village situated in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the southern edge of the city of Bath, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.The village has a vibrant community with an excellent pub, The Fox and Badger, a well stocked community run village shop, a Church, a Primary School, a monthly village newsletter, two flood lit tennis courts, a playground and stables nearby for livery.Bath is renowned for the quality of its private and public schooling for boys and girls of all ages. Bath Spa station provides high speed rail links to London Paddington with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. Junctions 17 and 18 of the M4 are within an easy commute. Bath City Centre 6 miles, Frome 12 miles, Bristol 16 miles (all distances are approximate).