An absolute one off opportunity – a chance to purchase a Grade II Listed detached former chapel in a lovely position by open fields on the outskirts of popular Arlingham. This rural location enjoys a good village community and is close to the River Severn, with countryside walks on the doorstep. The chapel was originally built from red brick and has been the subject of careful, clever extension and conversion, with flexible accommodation arranged over one floor.
Arlingham is a quiet village a couple of miles West of Frampton On Severn and enjoys a close knit village community with walks through countryside close by. The village boasts two award winning facilities; The Old Passage Inn fish restaurant and the community owned Red Lion Inn – in which villagers are able to become shareholders should they wish. Frampton on Severn is just over eight miles from Stroud and about the same distance from Gloucester. Both offer a range of shops, amenities and a train station with further shops and another train station at Stonehouse, which is closer. Access to the M5 and ultimately the M4 is about two miles away at Junction 13.
An entrance hall with flagstone floor leads to the first class living space. This superb room measures 26′ x 21′ and comprises the living area, dining area and kitchen, with the original pulpit retained as a unique feature and the chapel gallery, above, now serving as a perfect study/play area. The reminder of the accommodation comprises master bedroom with en suite shower room, inner hall, family bathroom, two further bedrooms and useful study.
A gated path leads to the front door, with the garden found to the side of the house. This level area is laid to lawn and enclosed with fences, with a useful timber built store and parking to the front of the plot.