If you are looking for some divine inspiration and an original property of character and charm, the "Caretakers" is the property for you.
Built around 175 years ago, but converted over 30 years ago the former church now contains the one residential property and two commercial units. The building is "C" Listed.
Built in sandstone, gothic in design, with many original features including a stunning stained glass arched window in the private entrance hallway.
The accommodation is entered from street level, via a private hallway which has a secure entry system. This full height carpeted hallway, leads to the flat, where entrance is gained via an internal doorway.
The accommodation comprises;Internal hallway, Fully fitted Kitchen, Living/Dining Room, Shower Room, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. In total around 120 sqm of living space. Ample fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards and large attic with "Ramsay ladder".
The property benefits from GCH & dg, with hard-wired smoke alarms. It has been totally renovated and is presented in stunning order throughout.
One of the unique features is the many different views of the town, from the various rooms. There is ample parking available in the "Haugh" car park about one mins walk, over the bridge.
If you are looking for something totally unique with great character, very secure and private, yet with a very central location, the "Caretakers" is the house for you.
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