A beautifully presented conversion of a chapel, built in 1870, with Grade II listing in the heart of the village. The creative layout and design offers a light and spacious open-plan kitchen/dining/living space, providing a natural hub for the home; alongside a separate utility and wet room.
Upstairs lies the master bedroom, family bathroom and two further bedrooms, all situated off the galleried landing.
The current owners have retained much of the original features throughout the property, but with a modern twist. The Chapel has underfloor heating with thermostats, warming both the engineered oak and natural stone throughout and limestone effect vinyl in the bathroom.
Holiday Let Opportunity
Capacity: Sleeps 6 Income 2017 - 2018: £25,000 Occupancy: 26 weeks
If you are looking to generate a second income, buying this as a holiday home could be the perfect investment opportunity. Not only will you own your a holiday home for you and your family to escape to, you could also make a healthy profit by renting it out to others.
The Chapel is currently run as a successful holiday let business which generates over 50% of its annual bookings from its well optimised website (available as part of purchase), meaning a greatly reduced commission burden to the income from bookings.
It is also available as a turnkey property, which means that all the existing furniture and fittings (excluding some artwork) can be made available to new owners. Making for a seamless change of ownership on completion. It still has excellent capacity for occupancy and income growth and scope for you to put your own stamp on it.
Situated in the centre of the super popular village of Thornham. The Chapel is walking distance to all the amenities the village has to offer. Closest is the gourmet Orange Tree pub and restaurant with its great beer garden, and The Chequers Inn; both a few steps away. It is walking distance to the beautiful beach, The Lifeboat Inn and Thornham Deli; with the famous Erics Fish & Chips just outside the village at Drove Orchards, along with an array of lovely shops, farm shop, Shuks Restaurant in the Yurt and Gurneys wet fish shop.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Energy efficiency rating: An Energy Performance Certificate is not required for this property due to it being Grade II Listed.
Council Tax: To be confirmed / Currently Business Rated claiming small business rate relief
Directions: Coming from Brancaster on the A149, the property is located in the heart of Thornham, adjacent to the church on the right-hand side, opposite Hall Lane.