Since 2013 the chapel and annexe have been completely renovated and restored to a high standard by the present owners. They stand in lawned gardens benefitting from OUTSTANDING VIEWS OVER SURROUNDING FARMLAND, in the heart of this popular Tarrant Valley village, about 5 miles from Wimborne Minster and 4 miles from Blandford Forum. The village has a parish church, a village hall and the True Lover’s Knot Inn.
Traditionally constructed in 1896, the chapel has facing red brick elevations with 2 impressive gables under a ridged natural slate roof (with feature clay gables and a brick chimney.) The annexe has brick elevations with wavy timber features and a high gable under a slate roof.
Chapelcombe House is accessed via a tarmac slipway and timber double gates which lead into a large gravelled courtyard. There is a large flat lawn enclosed by post-and rail-fencing and adjoining farmland.
Ledged and braced double doors lead into an entrance vestibule with a quarry tiled floor. The entrance hallway has a laundry facility with space for washing machine, and a wall mounted central heating boiler.
The ground floor has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one of which is en suite,) and double doors to the courtyard. An oak and glass staircase leads to the magnificent living/family/kitchen area on the first floor, which has exposed A-frame timbers, 2 circular stained glass windows, 2 sets of UPVC double glazed casement double doors with Juliet balconies giving superb views over the surrounding farmland, and a feature wood burning stove set on a slate plinth. The contemporary kitchen has silestone work surfaces, a comprehensive range of solid wood base cupboards and drawers, built-in appliances (fridge, freezer, Miele steam oven, Miele coffee machine, Miele hob and lava rock griddle.)
The first floor also has a study and a cloakroom.
The detached annexe and studio has, on the ground floor, an entrance hall, a large living room with kitchen area, a double bedroom and a separate shower room. Via its own entrance, on the first floor there is a shower room, a large open plan office/studio with a large double glazed screen giving a superb country outlook, and a kitchen area.
Outside, there is parking for numerous vehicles. The property is connected to mains water and has septic tank drainage. There is a quality Daikin Altherma airsource heating system providing under floor heating to ground and first floors.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed towards Blandford on the B3082, past Kingston Lacy House and through the avenue of beech trees at Badbury Rings. Proceed down the hill into Tarrant Keyneston, and Chapelcombe House is the second property on the right hand side.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E.
EPC RATING: Band C.