The renovated Grade II listed constructing in North Sunderland subsequent to Seahouses nonetheless retains many unique options
It’s a church conversion available on the market for £575,000 that’s positive to have house buyers who can afford it saying – let us pay.
Located in North Sunderland, subsequent to Seahouses on the Northumberland coast, it additionally has entry to a few of the finest seashores within the space.
The Grade II listed Presbyterian church was constructed round 1810 and was utterly renovated round 12 years in the past, a challenge which included many trendy upgrades while nonetheless retaining plenty of the unique options.
These embody the pulpit, which is now a ‘balcony’ viewing space on the primary ground main onto the 4 bedrooms, the communion desk, now included as a centre island within the kitchen, together with a few of the unique pillars and panelling.
Called St Cuthbert’s House, it is likely one of the oldest surviving buildings in North Sunderland. A geological survey has revealed a lot concerning the origins of the constructing itself.
It consists primarily of native gray limestone, with dressings of crimson sandstone that was initially quarried additional north within the Bamburgh space.
The undeniable fact that steam-driven stone-dressing machines didn’t seem till a long time after the church was constructed signifies that the stonework was all achieved totally by hand.
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The church closed in 1998 and was subsequently bought by the current homeowners. After finishing an in depth planning course of, the constructing was taken again to a stone shell and utterly rebuilt internally in 2007, to offer the high-quality lodging we see immediately.
Many of the church’s unique options have been lovingly included into the rebuild, in order that we have a cushty ‘new residence’ performing to trendy requirements, but retaining and reflecting over 200 years of allure and historical past.
* This 4 bed room character property with an asking worth of presents over £575,000 is being marketed by Yopa