Converted chapel with elongated stained-glass windows and high vaulted ceiling is for sale for £2.95m
- North West London property forms the end section of converted chapel
- Property spreads across three levels with colourful glass stained windows
- Main bedroom suite sits directly beneath the wooden curve of vaulted ceiling
A striking Grade II listed London home that forms the end section of a former chapel is up for grabs £2.95million.
The unusual property boasts stained glass windows throughout the main living areas and high vaulted ceilings.
The entrance is via an impressive stone arched doorway, which sits below five double-height stained glass windows.
The North West London property for sale or £2.95m forms the end section of this converted chapel
The unusual property boasts double-height stained glass windows overlooking the dining area
The hallway has a staircase leading to the three floors, with bedrooms on the ground and second floor.
The main living areas expand across the first floor, including a dining room at the front of the property.
The ornate stained glass windows and part of the vaulted ceiling overlook the dining table.
Main living areas expand across the first floor, including a dining room at the front of the property
The top floor contains the main bedroom suite that occupies the full curve of the property’s vaulted ceiling
There are plenty of original features, including the large stone archway in this room
Double doors from the dining room lead into the main living area, which has herringbone wooden flooring and more stained glass windows.
The large kitchen also shares this space, with a centre island that includes a breakfast bar.
The expansive kitchen has green base and wall units, and more decorative arched windows.
The top floor contains the main bedroom suite that occupies the full curve of the property’s vaulted ceiling.
The expansive kitchen has green base and wall units, and more decorative arched windows
Double doors from the dining room lead into the main living area, which has herringbone wooden flooring
An ornate double wooden bedstead occupies the centre of the main bedroom suite
The main bedroom suite includes an ensuite bathroom with a decorative roll top bath
There is a view of the stained glass windows from the top of the staircase on the second floor
There is a wall of glass that separates the main bedroom suite from the rest of the property
The property is being sold by Petermans estate agents, which describes it as ‘distinctive’ and ‘sure to impress’.
It also points out that it is a ‘triplex apartment’ with a lease that has 983 years remaining on it.
The leasehold property has a substantial service charge of £11,000 a year and ground rent of £250.
The average price of a property sold in this part of North West London during the past 12 months is £914,451.
It compares to an average of £319,894 for Britain as a whole, according to property website Zoopla.