The Old Chapel is a fine conversion of this former Methodist Chapel, dating from 1859. The property offers well planned, light, and most appealing accommodation set around the vaulted drawing room. Standing in generous grounds made up from an expanse of central lawn which leads to areas of lightly wooded grounds, with pond and raised seating area overlooking typical Suffolk farmland. The accommodation is very well presented and comprises: Entrance porch, large vaulted drawing room with gallery above, dining room with French windows out to the balcony, kitchen, rear lobby, cloakroom. First floor galleried landing with study area, two double bedrooms both with en-suite facilities. Delightful gardens and parking. The elevations are in a mellow red brick with a gable slate roof, the windows are casement and sash with appealing French windows from the drawing and dining rooms. Central heating is via an oil-fired boiler serving radiators.

The accommodation in detail comprises:

Gable porch: 6’ 8” x 5’ 7” (2m x 1.7m). Via twin doors having segmental fanlight above, flank windows, mat well, brick floor, power points and ceiling light. French windows with segmental fanlight leads to the:

Drawing room: 23’ 11” x 16’ 3” (7.3m x 4.9m) with 16’ 11” (5.1m) ceiling height. An impressive room with plenty of natural light from opposing sash windows and elegant French windows to the small balcony, which overlooks the garden. The high ceiling makes for a very special room indeed, as does the galleried landing above. Staircase leads off with useful cloaks cupboard and storage area beneath. Radiators, wall light points, views to the front and to the side over the garden with light woodland beyond.

Broad twin doors to the:

Dining room: 16’ 10” x 11’ 9” (5.1m x 3.6m). Again a well proportioned room. French windows lead to the balcony area which in turn leads to the established large garden. Brick floor, cornice, radiator, ceiling light. Broad twin doors to the:
Kitchen: 12’ 4” x 11’ 10” (3.7m x 3.6m). Fitted with a range of kitchen furniture providing cupboards and drawers, wine rack and wall cupboards, sink within base cupboard. All traditionally styled and in keeping with the heritage of the chapel. Ample worksurface, four tier plate rack, space for cooker and upright fridge / freezer. Centre island with space and plumbing for washing machine, cupboard, stainless steel ½ bowl sink and single drainer with centre mixer tap. Further work surface. Brick floor, radiator down lighting, flank sash window, floor mounted oil central heating boiler.

The Old Chapel is a fine conversion of this former Methodist Chapel, dating from 1859. The property offers well planned, light, and most appealing accommodation set around the vaulted drawing room. Standing in generous grounds made up from an expanse of central lawn which leads to areas of lightly wooded grounds, with pond and raised seating area overlooking typical Suffolk farmland. The accommodation is very well presented and comprises: Entrance porch, large vaulted drawing room with gallery above, dining room with French windows out to the balcony, kitchen, rear lobby, cloakroom. First floor galleried landing with study area, two double bedrooms both with en-suite facilities. Delightful gardens and parking. The elevations are in a mellow red brick with a gable slate roof, the windows are casement and sash with appealing French windows from the drawing and dining rooms. Central heating is via an oil-fired boiler serving radiators.

The accommodation in detail comprises:

Gable porch: 6’ 8” x 5’ 7” (2m x 1.7m). Via twin doors having segmental fanlight above, flank windows, mat well, brick floor, power points and ceiling light. French windows with segmental fanlight leads to the:

Drawing room: 23’ 11” x 16’ 3” (7.3m x 4.9m) with 16’ 11” (5.1m) ceiling height. An impressive room with plenty of natural light from opposing sash windows and elegant French windows to the small balcony, which overlooks the garden. The high ceiling makes for a very special room indeed, as does the galleried landing above. Staircase leads off with useful cloaks cupboard and storage area beneath. Radiators, wall light points, views to the front and to the side over the garden with light woodland beyond.

Broad twin doors to the:

Dining room: 16’ 10” x 11’ 9” (5.1m x 3.6m). Again a well proportioned room. French windows lead to the balcony area which in turn leads to the established large garden. Brick floor, cornice, radiator, ceiling light. Broad twin doors to the:
Kitchen: 12’ 4” x 11’ 10” (3.7m x 3.6m). Fitted with a range of kitchen furniture providing cupboards and drawers, wine rack and wall cupboards, sink within base cupboard. All traditionally styled and in keeping with the heritage of the chapel. Ample worksurface, four tier plate rack, space for cooker and upright fridge / freezer. Centre island with space and plumbing for washing machine, cupboard, stainless steel ½ bowl sink and single drainer with centre mixer tap. Further work surface. Brick floor, radiator down lighting, flank sash window, floor mounted oil central heating boiler.