3 Reception Rooms
Off Street Parking
5800 square foot of truly unique, architecturally beautiful accommodation at a stunning price.
This is a truly unique opportunity to acquire a quite magnificent conversion of a 19th Century ecclesiastical building in this sought after location. Offering nearly 6000 square foot of accommodation and skilfully blending historic architectural detail with modern and contemporary living space, this property simply has to be viewed in order to be appreciated. Converted in 2001 to an exceptionally high standard, Mount Pleasant now offers space, style and character that cannot be rivalled. The property will be of interest not only to those looking for a unique character home but will also appeal to those interested in exploring the potential as a bed and breakfast, a hotel, restaurant, business premises or live/work space. The building itself is complemented by gated and enclosed grounds to three sides and extensive off-road parking.
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