DescriptionA sympathetically executed conversion of a Victorian chapel, which now has a uniquely stunning interior, set in an enviable position, with lovely views over neighbouring farm land from well tended gardensGround Floor The original building was constructed in 1866, serving the residents of St Pauls Walden parish, which is also famed for being the birthplace of the queen mother. The accommodation has been enlarged and modernised to a very good standard, fully taking into account the needs of a modern family, whilst preserving the character of the old building to ensure that the unique style of the original construction, echoes throughout the more recent extensions.Entrance Lobby The accommodation, which is graced with Gothic arches throughout, begins with an entrance door which opens to a lobby with a pull cord connecting to the church bell in the tower. This in turn leads to a magnificent triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a range of base units beneath beach work surfaces, butler style porcelain sink and integrated appliances which include a fridge and dishwasher. The breakfast area accommodates a large table and has an oak floor.Kitchen/Breakfast Room The inner hall has a parquet floor and doors to a cloakroom and utility cupboard, with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer space.Inner Hall The living room has a high vaulted ceiling and a splendid selection of archways and windows to match. The adjoining dining room is comfortably proportioned and has alternative access to the kitchen/breakfast room.Cloakroom The rear hallway has an elegant oak staircase providing access to a study area and snug, together with four of the spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom.Living Room The master bedroom is approached via an independent staircase and has a feature stained glass window and a dormer window with a delightful outlook over countryside. The bedroom also has an en suite dressing room and beautiful en suite bathroom with 'ball & claw foot' bath.Dining Room Externally, the property has parking on a drive for up to four vehicles and attractive gardens to front and rear. The rear garden features flag stone patios and spacious open lawn areas that take advantage of a desirable southerly aspect. Please note: Part of the garden is leased from the Kings Walden Estate and you would need to enquire as to the availability of a new lease by telephoning Warmingtons at the estate office on .Rear Hall Whitwell is a pretty village with a tremendous sense of history and has the convenience of a flourishing village store/post office, two welcoming ale houses and a well regarded Junior/mixed infant school. Whitwell is in the zone for secondary schools for both Hitchin and Harpenden, but recommend that you make your own enquiries about availability. Welwyn North mainline station is a swift 11 minutes drive (traffic conditions permitting) and trains take 21 minutes to Kings Cross. The village is also noted for the beautiful countryside that surrounds it and there are many loverly walks.Study/Snug Five Bedrooms Two Bathrooms Driveway Parking Landscaped Gardens You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.