Renovated chapel in sought after village close to Liskeard
Mon 25 Jul 2016
Five miles east of Liskeard is the popular village of Quethiock. With public services including a post box, phone box and bus shelter, residents communicate with each other via the parish noticeboard – located at the centre of the village. There is also the ancient church of St Hugh and a primary school.
Built originally in 1839, The Chapel House has been beautifully renovated and now provides a family home with original character features and a high spec finish.
An original arched door leads into an entrance vestibule with arched window and a slate tiled floor. From here there is access to a cloakroom – with another feature window, hallway and utility.
The open plan reception room definitely has the wow factor, with three full height arched windows looking out over the front of the property, woodburner and slate hearth and oak flooring. The kitchen is also within this space – fitted with quality units, a Range Master cooker and granite work surfaces.
There is also an office on the ground floor with feature exposed brick walls, original wooden door and slate stairs to the first floor.
On the mezzanine level there are three bedrooms, one en-suite, and a family bathroom.
The gardens of the property are mainly to the front, being laid to lawn and bordered by fencing with some mature trees. A path provides access around to the side and there is a storage shed and parking for several vehicles.
“The wow factor with this property is the open plan reception room – it’s light, bright and spacious. The kitchen is also of a very high quality. The village is peaceful and popular and the primary school is sought after,” said Roseanne Hadfield-Waite, Sales Negotiator at the Liskeard office.
The asking price for The Chapel House is £375,000. Full details are available from the Liskeard office Tel: 01579 344401.