Lying in the heart of one of North Bedfordshire's most highly regarded villages this is rare opportunity to purchase the substantial and unique fully detached Old Baptist Chapel. The chapel was rebuilt by John Usher in 1866 and is set over 2582 square feet and sits on a plot of 0.15 acres. The Chapel itself is set well back from the road, with an impressive brick and wrought iron fence frontage with new electric iron gates and the perimeter is fully fitted with 4k security cameras. The Chapel has already been changed over to residential use saving you a lot of time it also has planning permission to be converted and is already on mains gas and electric with two new boilers.
The chapel has been part converted already to the rear with a bedroom, open plan kitchen lounge and shower room this part of the chapel also has a separate access aswell as being accessible from the main chapel.
The chapel houses a stunning high ceiling and a large lower floor lit by numerous arched windows. The current approved plans are remarkable with all new partitions to be smart glass. In the main chapel on the ground floor will be 4 bedrooms two with ensuites and dressing rooms a boot room/ utility room. To the first floor will be an incredible social kitchen dining area looking down onto the lower floor living room. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase a stand out unique home.
The Chapel is situated across from the post office and the co-op for day to day necessities. Extensive shopping can be found a short drive away in either Bedford or Rushden and both are accessed via the A6 trunk road. The picturesque village of Sharnbrook boasts 2 public houses, doctor’s surgery and established playing fields offering tennis, bowls, football, and cricket facilities together with a social club and village hall. The property also falls within the sought after Sharnbrook school catchment and the highly regarded Harpur Trust private schooling can be found in Bedford town centre. Excellent network of roads are available via the A6 trunk road allowing access to A1M and M1 with the mainline railway station located on the western fringe of Bedford town centre offering fast and frequent commuter links to London and the North.