Five bedroom church conversion near Bromsgrove, West Midlands
A Grade II listed church, sympathetically converted and extended to create a high specification, contemporary dwelling house set in landscaped gardens and located just three miles from the town of Bromsgrove
Exceptional conversion with stunning contemporary interiors.
Trinity House offers a unique fusion of Grade II listed character, structure and fascinating architecture allied to all the modern comforts of a spacious five bedroom family home.
Originally built in 1882 in the Victorian Gothic Revival style by the famous architect John Cotton, Trinity House underwent a full renovation in 2009 with a sizeable and sympathetic extension to provide every modern luxury. This exceptional conversion has created substantial and spectacular accommodation set over two floors.
Behind the beautiful façade is an extension housing the very best in twenty first century living whilst the main building itself benefits from an almost total refurbishment.
The old hall retains the same beautiful structure it always has but a new roof and floor offer high levels of insulation and the comfort of under-floor heating.
The interiors are beautifully presented and stylishly finished to the highest quality and standards bringing together character and comfort for a modern day family lifestyle.
Passing through the church door into the porch which in turn opens into the spectacular full height open plan living accommodation with vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows.
Thoughtful lighting is used throughout to accent the character of the building whilst several Velux windows have been added to the roof to provide extra natural light. Oak flooring features throughout and benefits from zoned under floor heating.
The two transepts have cleverly created separate areas, one which is currently used as a home office whilst the other is a snug area.
The kitchen sits on the stone stepped former altar and features stunning high gloss contemporary cabinets incorporating quartz work surfaces and a full complement of Neff appliances including a state of the art extractor which glides into the work top when not in use.
The bell tower makes a wonderful open storage area.
The former vestry is now a guest bedroom with an impressive shower room which has Porcelanosa fittings.
The master suite is magnificent, designed as two rooms. Central oak doors open to create a sitting room off the bedroom with doors opening to the garden. For pure indulgence there are his & hers Porcelanosa en-suites and a dressing room.
There are two further bedrooms on the first floor which share another stunning bathroom showcasing the church's stone wall.
South facing gardens have been landscaped with the same thought and attention to detail as the interiors and there are several seating terraces all perfectly positioned to appreciate the pleasant outlook over the garden and this beautiful building.
The gravel driveway provides parking for several cars.
Guide price £895,000 - Withdrawn