This stunning Chapel in Rawdon dates back to 1909 and has been converted into a superb 3 bedroom family home. Set over three floors and bursting with character, this truly is a one-of-a-kind property that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
St. Josephs Court was once the Grand Catholic Church of Good Council and St. Joseph and is set in a much sought-after conservation area near to Rawdon and Apperley Bridge. Designed by Edward Simpson of Leeds and built by John Warrington in the grounds of his home, this stunning building has been converted into three properties.
This unique and fascinating property still has many of the original Gothic-style features but has been sympathetically transformed into a versatile and modern family home.
On the ground floor, there’s a split level entrance hall, a luxurious family bathroom and a 23ft dining kitchen with patio doors leading to a pretty garden.
The second floor is accessed by a contemporary solid oak and glass staircase. The landing on this floor is absolutley stunning, with stone mullion windows, vaulted ceiling and original decorative features. The three double bedrooms are on the second floor and they each boast excellent views over the surrounding countryside.
The third floor offers yet more living space in the form of an 18ft mezzanine lounge with W.C. Externally, this property has a private split level decking area for entertaining, an attractive lawn area, a glazed garden room and two designated parking spaces.
This stunning home with its unique history, decorative church features and exceptional decor, is likely to be snapped up relatively quickly. Quiet, beautifully presented, bursting with character and offering easy access to the centres of Bradford and Leeds, we think this would make the perfect home for a professional couple with young children.