The Old Chapel, on Main Street in Grenoside, dates back to 1904 and was built using stone from local quarries.
Haus, the estate agent handling the sale, says the property ‘offers a beautiful interior on three floors with four reception rooms, an open-plan breakfast kitchen and a conservatory, as well as having four first floor double bedrooms’.
The building ‘retains numerous period features while offering a lovely, homely feel throughout’, the firm adds.
1. Period feel
The reception hall has a galleried landing with exposed beams and timbers, complemented by feature windows.
2. Stove in the hearth
The principal reception room is the lounge, which features a log burner within a stone surround.
3. Parquet that shines
From the lounge, glazed panel French doors open into a dining room with a polished parquet wood floor and two side windows.
4. A spacious kitchen
The kitchen is fitted with a range of oak units. Included within the sale is an oven range. The breakfast area has an oak floor, an exposed brick column and a ceiling beam.