Situated in the picturesque village of Brentor on the fringe of Dartmoor National Park and looking out towards Brentor Church (St Michael de Rupe).
The neighbouring village of Mary Tavy offers a public house, primary school, post office and village stores. The towns of Launceston, Okehampton and Tavistock are all easily accessible. There is a regular bus service within the village and school buses for primary and secondary schooling if required. The cities of Exeter and Plymouth are both approximately forty-five minutes drive away.
The large expanses of the moors, attractive valleys and rivers have been inspiration for a wide range of authors and artists, as well as being enjoyed by those that enjoy hill walking and riding out. There are number of nearby livery yards and stables.
THE OLD SUNDAY SCHOOL:
Approach Sunday School by wrought iron gate through small courtyard. Steps to front door.
9' 4'' x 4' 7'' (2.84m x 1.40m)
Natural light. Stained glass window to front.
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING ROOM:
29' 1'' x 15' 2'' (8.86m x 4.62m)
Four full length windows, all with shutters. Sky light. Large open plan area with vaulted ceiling. Natural light. Wooden flooring. Separate door to garden.
Base level cupboard and drawer units with granite work surface over. One and a half stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap over. Integrated fridge. Integrated dishwasher. Space for LPG gas cooker. Tiled splash backs. Door to pantry cupboard.
DINING/LIVING ROOM AREA:
Open fireplace with slate hearth and wooden mantle over housing a DRU log burner. Storage heater. Built-in storage unit. Built-in book shelves. Entrance to the Chapel. Stairs to Bedroom 1. Door to:
8' 11'' x 5' 8'' (2.72m x 1.73m)
Stained glass frosted window. Low level WC. Copper bowl sink unit with mixer tap over. Panelled bath with electric shower over. Shelves and overhead storage. Heated towel rail. Stone floors with underfloor heating. Separate stairs lead to:
13' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.09m x 3.65m) into eaves
Sky light. Stunning stained glass window. Built-in wardrobes. Wooden floor. Open eaves space to the lounge area below.
11' 8'' x 8' 7'' (3.55m x 2.61m) Ground floor.
Frosted window with shutters to the side. Wooden floors. Night storage heater. Door to The Old Chapel.
THE OLD CHAPEL:
36' 4'' x 26' 3'' (11.07m x 7.99m)
UTILITY ROOM & WC:
Low level WC. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Storage cupboard under. Plumbing for washing machine. Slate floor. Door leading to:
ORIGINAL ENTRANCE LOBBY:
Tiled floor. External doors leading to garden.
30' 7'' x 26' 2'' (9.31m x 7.97m)
Behind original wooden screen. Currently being used as a storage area, the original pews can still be found situated on the tiled flooring. Electric heating. Ornate church organ to rear. Stairs from either end lead to:
Large open plan area flooded with natural light by the four tall Chapel windows and high vaulted ceilings. Slate hearth and wood burning stove. Wooden flooring. Second staircase leads down to the original chapel organ and ground floor storage area.
15' 3'' x 9' 2'' (4.64m x 2.79m)
Small natural light window. Skylight. Raised low level shelving.
From the lane, wrought iron gates lead to wide pathway/terrace. External doors to both the Sunday School and The Chapel. Stone wall with wrought iron railings and a gate leading to the raised garden, mostly laid to lawn with established bushes and walled boundaries.
The current planning permission is for a live/work unit with the Old Sunday School providing accommodation and The Old Chapel providing work space.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
West Devon Borough Council.