Harolds Bank, Gorefield, PE13
In Excess of £375,000

bedrooms 1 bathrooms2
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A stunning converted chapel, nestled in a rural location it offers a unique fusion of modern comfort and historical charm. Span across a 0.4 acre plot, this home presents a rare opportunity to own a piece of history seamlessly integrated with contemporary living.

Inside, the narrative of its storied past merges seamlessly with contemporary comforts and style. Passing through the sturdy oak door, the entrance reveals a harmonious blend of old-world charm and modern functionality.

In the open-plan living area serves as the heart of the home, with natural light filtering through original stained glass windows which bath this whole area in light. Here, quality craftsmanship is evident in every detail, from the stone slab flooring with underfloor heating to the bespoke oak-framed French doors leading to the garden terrace.

The kitchen, adorned with sleek dark grey cabinets and top-of-the-line appliances, offers a perfect balance of form and function. Adjacent, a utility room and downstairs cloakroom provide added convenience, housing essential amenities discreetly within the home's elegant confines.

Ascending the spiral staircase, you are greeted by a symphony of architectural splendour on the upper floor. The trio of gothic-arched windows, meticulously preserved, infuse the space with character and light, whilst the master bedroom offers two bathrooms and two doors out onto the private balcony, offering retreats of serenity and comfort. The current vendor has modified the first floor altering from two bedrooms to one master bedroom.

Modern luxuries such as underfloor heating and fully integrated smart home technology seamlessly enhance the living experience, ensuring both convenience and tranquillity.

The house is controlled by multiple media control panels on the wall for heating and blinds, lights can also be controlled from an Alexa, along with Smart Tv’s in each room and master bathroom with full surround speaker system.

Outside, the property is serviced by modern amenities, including mains water and electricity, alongside a mini-treatment plant for waste management.

With meticulous attention to detail evident in every aspect of its landscaping a sweeping gravelled drive leads to the double detached garage. There is also a hardstanding area, ideal for storing a motorhome or caravan.

Planning permission has been granted to erect a single-story side extension to the existing dwelling with Planning Reference F/YR23/0112/F. This will create two bedrooms, both with their own ensuite.

In order to understand the specific conditions attached to this permission, you'll need to review the planning decision notice provided by Fenland District Council. This notice outlines any conditions or requirements you must adhere to during the construction process and upon completion of the extension.

Historical Information

Steeped in historical significance, this remarkable dwelling traces its roots to the mid-19th century, where a Methodist chapel first graced this site in 1855. A testament to resilience and adaptability, the current structure, erected in 1908, stands as a living chronicle of the area's past.



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