Price £850,000 Available
  • Beautifully Converted Church
  • Four Bedrooms
  • 51" Living Room
  • Gardens & Plenty of Parking
  • Magnificent Stained Glass Windows
  • Shower Room with Sauna
  • Wood Burning Stove

This is a unique home in so many respects. The property will appeal to those who appreciate the preservation of a building with local history, who recognise the application of innovation and sense of theatre in design yet require the need for modern living. Built in 1849,The Old Church is a wonderful property that has been lovingly converted into a large single dwelling offering light, bright rooms with an array of period features including Gothic style arches and beautiful stained glass lancet windows. The vast internal accommodation offers a great deal of flexibility with the current owners making use of an impressive studio space with further possibilities of commercial use. Externally there are gardens to the south side and a gated car park provides plenty of off street parking. Only an internal viewing will allow you to fully appreciate this magnificent home.

Heywood is a small quiet rural village situated between Trowbridge and Westbury. It has a village hall and a pub in the neighbouring village of Hawkeridge.

Living Room
51`8" X 40` (15.75m X 12.19m)

15`10" X 14`6" (4.83m X 4.42m)

11`6" X 8`10" (3.51m X 2.69m)

Wet Room
11` X 10`4" (3.35m X 3.15m)


16`1" X 14`6" (4.90m X 4.42m)

17`4" X 14`5" (5.28m X 4.39m)

39`3" X 14` (11.96m X 4.27m)

25`6" X 17`4" (7.77m X 5.28m)

26`3" X 17`4" (8.00m X 5.28m)


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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