An individual detached chapel dating back to circa 1870 set within the popular village of Coton in the Elms, offering beautiful character interiors, four double en suite bedrooms, outside space including generous gardens, ample parking and a potential building plot. Having undergone a complete renovation and showcasing a wealth of character throughout, this individual property has been sympathetically restored by the Current vendors to retain many original features whilst also benefitting from practical additions and eco-friendly equipment including under floor heating to the ground floor, a thermal store, high grade insulation and a mechanical ventilation heat recovery system aiding the low efficient running costs.
Finished to a superb specification, the interiors comprise three reception rooms including an oak framed garden room, an open plan dining and living kitchen, utility and cloakroom, with four double bedrooms each serviced by an en suite shower room with a separate bathroom off the first floor landing. Outside is a shaped driveway providing ample parking and lawned gardens lie to the rear aspect. The Old Band Room is currently run as a B&B after being converted in 2014 and presents an ideal opportunity for those looking for either a property with similar potential or for a versatile family home.
Included in the sale is a potential building plot to the rear left of the property. Previously planning permission has been granted for a further detached dwelling and could be reinstated if required. Alternatively, the plot presents ample space for the erection of outbuildings, garaging or a workshop to suit.
Nestled within scenic South Derbyshire, Coton in the Elms is a delightful rural village made up of charming cottages and character homes, having a small brook running through the centre. The village is home to amenities including a primary school, two traditional pubs one serving food, a village hall and church. Additional amenities can be found in Rosliston (having a Co-op) and Burton on Trent, home to excellent facilities including shops, restaurants and a cinema. Well placed for commuters, the A38, A50 and A444 are all within easy reach and direct rail links to Birmingham and London (in 80 minutes) can be found at two train stations in Lichfield.