Block size: 900 m² approx.House size: 127 m² approx.
It isn't everyday we get to see such a unique property that has been lovingly renovated to maintain the stunning charm of the original chapel, whilst embracing the contemporary conveniences of modern life.
You will fall in love with the immaculate polished floorboards; cathedral ceiling and classic arched doorways; the link to yesteryear has been embraced by the current owner and these features set this property apart from anything else you will come across.
High quality fixtures and fittings have been used for the renovated kitchen and living room. You will appreciate the thought and value that has gone into the windows, with a mix of louver; bi-fold and servery windows making this a very practical home to live in.
The living area has the benefit of the high cathedral ceilings and offers brilliant light and ventilation. The views down the Candelo River are stunning. A large wood fire heats the entire home.
The new kitchen has been well designed to work functionally with the rest of the house and the outside entertaining area with a servery window whilst at the same time framing the river views.
The original chapel is now a 2nd living room with loft bedroom. This space could be used as a dining room, lounge room or as a main bedroom suite. The current main bedroom opens out onto the deck; it is a lovely peaceful space. A 2nd loft area is a great space and only limited by your imagination as to how to best use it.
Located within an easy walk to the lovely shops and school at the Candelo village this home has to be seen to be believed. Contact us today to arrange an inspection.
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