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Guide Price at £550,000 to £575,000.
A fabulous, attractive, 4 double bedroom and 3 bathroom detached stone converted chapel in Grenoside. Dating back to 1904, situated in the Grenoside Conservation Area, built using stone from the local quarries, and selected as a Designated Building of Townscape Merit. The Old Chapel offers a beautiful interior on three floors with 4 reception rooms, an open plan breakfast kitchen and a conservatory, as well as having four first floor double bedrooms, hence offering versatility and excellent accommodation for a variety of buyers. Retains numerous period features whilst offering a lovely, homely feel throughout. Set within manicured, private gardens with a gated driveway and a double garage. Benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, and a security alarm. Freehold.
A front entrance door opens into an entrance lobby having a period tiled floor, exposed roof timbers and a stained glazed panel door into the reception hall. The reception hall makes a positive impression, having a galleried landing, with exposed beams and timbers, which are evident throughout the property, complemented by feature windows, creating a welcoming feel. There is a useful under-stair storage cupboard. There is a cloakroom/shower room, having been sympathetically refurbished with a shower enclosure, a vanity wash basin, WC, stone tiling and partially paneled walls, finished in a heritage Farrow and Ball colour. The principal reception room is a generous size lounge, quite stunning, and homely with neutral tones set around exposed beams, dual aspect windows and a focal log burner within the stone surround. Glazed panel French doors open into a dining room with a polished Parquet wood floor and two side windows. The breakfast kitchen is larger in size, having a light and airy feel with six side windows. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of oak units, with splash-back tiling and a tiled floor. Included within the sale is an oven range with a five ring gas hob and a Lava Stone grill/BBQ, set beneath an extractor. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge. The breakfast area has an oak floor, an exposed brick column and a ceiling beam. The open plan design creates the hub of the home, ideal for everyday use and entertaining. A cupboard houses the Vaillant gas central heating boiler. Stairs lead down to the lower ground floor.
On the lower ground floor, there are two well-presented rooms and a conservatory. This offers versatility and excellent space for a family as you can use as a family room, a games room, home office, a music room, gym, or an additional bedroom. The conservatory creates an opportunity to enjoy your morning coffee in the sun with direct access onto a lawned garden, or an evening retreat whereby feature lighting highlights the property’s character. The conservatory has a glass roof, an oak floor, a radiator, and exposed brick work complementing the stone exterior.
On the first floor, there is a landing with panel doors and a polished wood floor, which extends into a stunning master bedroom, generous in size, built into the roof space with a high ceiling with exposed timbers, and a rear window with a stone window sill. A door leads into a Jack & Jill en-suite/family bathroom, again, generous in size with similar features, having a white bath set beneath a Velux window, a separate shower enclosure, a vanity wash basin with a marble top, a WC, finished with stone tiling. An airing cupboard houses the hot water cylinder. There are a further three double bedrooms, all well-presented and full of character, one of the rooms having an en-suite shower room, finished to a very high standard.
Outside, double gates open onto a side block-paved driveway for numerous vehicles, in turn leading into a double side-by-side stone detached garage with power, lighting and a security alarm. The front garden is set behind conifer hedging for privacy and has a York stone flagged terrace and various plant beds and borders. There is a path to the other side of the chapel, leading into an enclosed, level, lawned rear garden, again with mature hedging for privacy, and a stone flagged patio.
The Old Chapel is positioned within the heart of a popular village with a local community, well-placed for local shops and amenities, local schools, public transport, whilst being within close proximity of the Trans Pennine Trail and ancient woodland, as well as offering excellent access to the city centre, M1 motorway and Woodhead Road to Manchester.