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The Old Chapel House offers the chance to own a Grade II listed Regency chapel in one of the most attractive parts of Bury St Edmunds.

Old Chapel House, in St Marys Square, was built in 1811 but is a beautifully restored and remodelled home of elegant proportions giving generous two-storey accommodation.

The original elements of the building have been cleverly fused with modern nuances, creating a remarkable home.

The substantial ground floor rooms include a large dining hall with bio-ethanol fireplace and small-pane sash windows, with semi-circular heads, overlooking the square.

The house has a superb kitchen which includes Fisher & Paykel fridge drawer and two dish-washer drawers plus a 90cm Gaggenau oven and 60cm Gaggenau steam oven and two Gaggenau warming drawers. The hob is a Siemens five-burner gas unit, with a high-temperature wok burner, under a Falmec cooker hood.

At the sink you will find Franke Roffille taps and Quooker instant boiling water tap.

The drawing room centres towards a bio-ethanol fireplace whilst providing access to the cloakroom and the study, which also has its own access to the outside.

At the rear of the house is a stunning vaulted library with wood-burning stove, an abundance of shelving and storage as well as access to the butler’s pantry and the walled courtyard garden.

Upstairs are four large bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite bathroom.

The guide price is £895,000. For more details contact Duttons in Guildhall Street, Bury, on 01284 749 433, or at bse@duttons.uk.com or visit www.duttons.uk.com

 

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