Those interested in sympathetic conversion projects are being steered towards a unique and attractive opportunity in the form of a 19th Century chapel in Abergavenny.
With planning permission for six luxury dwellings and accommodation arranged over three storeys along with dedicated car parking for 10 vehicles, Pen-Y-Fal chapel presents an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to take on the conversion.
Constructed in 1883 the chapel stands in the landscaped gardens of the former Pen-Y-Fal hospital, which has already been converted into luxury apartments.
Located just off Monmouth Road, it’s a short walk from Abergavenny town centre.
Internally, retained features include a scissor truss roof with exposed beams and full height decorative stained glass windows. The innovative design includes an internal frame which will reduce overall development costs.
Anyone interested can now contact Lisa Roberts of Bruton Knowles.
Lisa said: “Chapel conversions like the one being presented at Pen-Y-Fal are highly sought after. The building has some striking features which will make the conversions, once complete, even more distinctive and attractive to those looking to buy in the area.
“Abergavenny is a highly regarded market town renowned not only for its independent food shops, boutiques and weekly market but favoured because it borders the Brecon Beacons national park.
“The new dwellings will therefore attract considerable interest from those looking to live in the area and make the most of its superb location.”
Offers are now being invited for the freehold interest. To view the property page for the Chapel click here