Hidden in the center of Ramsbury, a village in Wiltshire, is ‘Chapel on the Water,’ a dramatically converted chapel comprising of 5,200 sq ft. brought to the market by Knight Frank at a guide price of £1,000,000.
The former chapel is dated 1839 and now forms an impressive two-story drawing room, from which the four bedroom property is entered. Well lit by its full-length windows, the drawing room provides direct access to the cozy sitting room and airy kitchen. The ground floor also has a second kitchen and a secluded dining room. visit https://www.valuationsnsw.com.au/
Facing due south and accessed by the main kitchen is the well-sized property valuation perth and the colorful garden, which extends towards the Kennet River. These wonderful southerly views across water meadows and downland can be fully appreciated from the rooms on the first floor.
On the first floor is the master bedroom suite, with private access to the south facing roof terrace and its own large dressing room, as well as two further spacious bedrooms with north facing views of the village’s 13 century Grade I listed church. The fourth galleried bedroom can be reached from both the atrium, overlooking the drawing room, or its own set of stairs.
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Sold as a separate unit or as part of the main house is number 27, formally The Manse. This two bedroom unit, with potentially a third bedroom or study room, also enjoys south facing views, its own entrance hall, a cozy sitting room and a kitchen/dining room.
The village, which is surrounded by designated areas of natural beauty, is equipped with essential amenities including a doctor’s surgery, primary school and further schooling close by, two general stores, a post office, pubs and a restaurant. Ramsbury allows for easy access to both Marlborough and Hungerford.