A recently completed church conversion, which offers 500 square metres of living space.
Built in 1894 and used as a place of worship for 120 years "The Old Methodist Church" is situated in the centre of Shotley Bridge village and has been sympathetically converted to retain the charm and character of the building whilst offering modern kitchen, living spaces and bathrooms.
The property retains original arched windows with stained glasswork (but also double glazed) original beams to most rooms and offers large reception spaces including a mezzanine level above the kitchen breakfast room. There are four ground floor reception rooms, a cloakroom, five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an office and double garage. There are garden areas surrounding the property with mature trees, flagged patio and a block paved driveway suitable for 2-3 cars.
Situated close to the shops, restaurants and facilities in the village, which also has a primary school. There are further amenities in Consett town centre, which is approximately 2 miles away; there are country walks and cycle routes in the area, while there is easy access to Northumberland and to the regional centres of Durham and Newcastle, which are both within 16 miles.