The Old Chapel is an old Weslyan chapel dating back to the mid-1800s which was converted into a dwelling in the 1980s. The property has a good deal of character, and character features including a stained glass window and a vaulted beamed ceiling.
The entrance hall leads directly to the kitchen/dining area while the double-eight sitting area has a wood-burning stove and extensive wooden bookshelves. A curving staircase leads to the double bedroom which sits on a mezzanine floor which itself has a gallery overlooking the sitting room.
Accommodation in total comprises: entrance hall, kitchen/dining area, sitting room, bathroom, and the mezzanine double bedroom.
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Outside is a parking area for one vehicle while a pretty cottage garden surrounds the house with well-stocked flower beds and a small lawn with a greenhouse.
The Old Chapel sits overlooking the village green and picturesque pond of Russells Water which was made famous in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The hamlet is just six miles from Henley-on-Thames in the heart of The Chilterns, and three miles from Watlington and Nettlebed, both of which have useful local shops.
The guide price is £465,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01491 843 000 or visit their website.
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