Fancy residing in a church constructed again in 1875? (Image: Simon Blyth Property Brokers, Kirkburton through OnTheMarket)
Marvel on the sight of All Saints, a Victorian church that’s been transformed into a beautiful household house, full with a 100ft tall spire
All Saints Church will be seen for miles round within the village of Haywood in South Yorkshire, and earlier than it was was a home, it hosted a congregation greater than 100 sturdy.
Now, it’s up for sale with a guide price of £600,000, marketed by Simon Blyth Property Brokers, Kirkburton, through OnTheMarket.
The Grade II-listed property was purchased by its present house owners, Grady Holmes and his associate Arabella Rosevear-Holmes, ten years in the past.
They did the arduous work of giving the church a much-needed improve, including in fashionable necessities whereas retaining its finest Victorian options.
The church has been transformed into an unimaginable household house by the couple who purchased it ten years in the past (Image: Skywall Pictures/Simon Blyth Property Brokers, Kirkburton through OnTheMarket)
The couple have taken the church, which was initially in-built 1875 by Truro Cathedral architect John Loughborough Pearson, and made it into a surprising house the place any household would like to dwell.
They added a bespoke oak door on the entrance and a brand new biomass heating system, however stored the belltower, which is accessible through a pitch pine ladder and gives gorgeous views out over the countryside.
All Saints Church used to have a 100-strong congregation (Image: Skywall Pictures)
A bespoke oak door has been added on the entrance of the vestibule (Image: Skywall Pictures)
The land to the north of the home was purchased and was a big personal backyard, and there’s a patio to the south that adjoins the graveyard.
Arabella, 44, who works in gross sales, stated: ‘The primary object in doing all of the work was to make it a pleasant cosy residing house and no expense has been spared.
‘It’s a great steadiness of latest, fashionable residing and the gorgeous structure that has been right here since 1875.
Loads of unique options have been maintained, whereas fashionable touches have been added (Image: Skywall Pictures)
The kitchen (Image: Skywall Pictures)
The house is up on the market with a information worth of £600,000 (Image: Skywall Pictures)
‘You will be as cosy as you wish to however it’s additionally an awesome social house as a result of it’s so open.’
Development challenge supervisor Grady, 46, stated: ‘It’s been improbable to dwell right here and as quickly as I walked in I beloved it.
‘It hadn’t been lived in for some time once we purchased it and it did truly odor like a church.
Have a look at the beautiful home windows within the bed room! (Image: Skywall Pictures)
There are three bedrooms, plus a house workplace within the bell tower (Image: Skywall Pictures)
The house has wonderful views throughout the countryside (Image: Skywall Pictures)
‘It’s taken some time to do up however it’s been a labour of affection actually.’
After 10 years within the property the couple wish to transfer on together with their two younger youngsters.
They’re providing up the three-bedroom property for gives above £600,000.
On the bottom ground the home boasts a solar room, household room, a play room or third bed room, toilet, an open-plan eating room/kitchen, priest entrance and a dressing room and en-suite to bed room one, which is accessed through a staircase to the primary ground.
The lavatory (Image: Skywall Pictures)
It’s all fairly grand, isn’t it? (Image: Skywall Pictures)
The primary ground contains bed room two and an higher gallery lounge space.
Go up a spiral staircase in bed room two and also you’ll discover a dreamy house workplace house within the bell tower.
All through the property you’ll spot loads of Victorian options, together with lancet home windows and a vaulted ceiling with uncovered picket tresses.
There’s a big again backyard (Image: Skywall Pictures)
In addition to a terrace by the adjoining graveyard (Image: Skywall Pictures)
‘It is going to be fascinating to see how this pretty constructing continues to evolve’ (Image: Skywall Pictures)
Vikki Bennett, spokesperson for OnTheMarket, stated: ‘We see quite a lot of church conversions at OnTheMarket however this one actually stands out.
‘The distributors have achieved an incredible job turning an outdated traditional into a contemporary masterpiece which retains the perfect of its unique options.
‘I’m certain the following proprietor will wish to make their mark on the property and it is going to be fascinating to see how this pretty constructing continues to evolve.’
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