Hallowed Home In Spired Lytham Church Is Yours For £650,000

This Lytham three-bedroom, three-bathroom town house in the Bannister Street church conversion is on the market for £650,000 – coming with a patio terrace and two driveway parking spaces which the agents say are all gated and secure.

Shrewd Moves boast that the internally transformed church is stunning – from the decorative imposing arched front door the entrance hall has a stone flagged floor, ornate feature windows, exposed brickwork and oak steps leading to a fully glassed iron inner door.

As bullet points, here are more details from the Shrewd Moves description of this unique renovation to tempt any prospective purchaser:

  • The oak floor continues throughout the ground floor and into the bright and spacious kitchen dining living area with large feature windows and plenty of space to entertain. The well-appointed kitchen is fully equipped with all you would expect of a such high-end development.
  • On the first floor are located bedrooms two and three both with Ensuite services. Bedroom Two is sumptuous and benefits from both an ample dressing room and a jaw dropping Ensuite shower room housed in the spire of the church with a ladder fixed for access to the heights of the spire! Bedroom Three has more of the same feature windows and another Ensuite beautifully presented.
  • The Master suite on the second floor is wonderful and large and displays the original roof trusses in the high vaulted ceilings marvellously. Velux windows allow survey of the Lytham town centre roof tops and cast light into every corner. The Master Ensuite is gorgeous complete with roll top bath, double shower and further Velux windows.
  • The whole property is a dream and for the fan of period buildings property heaven. Every aspect of the development has been thoroughly designed, planned and delivered to the highest standard. The landings and entrances are just as impressive as the bedrooms and bathrooms and credit must go the developer and current owners who have sympathetically revived this building to its present splendour.

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