The Old Church
315.13 sq m
Guide price £925,000(27.327.282.606 ₫)

The Old Congregational ChurchKings Cliffe, Peterborough, Northamptonshire, PE8 6XB


    Key features

    • An exceptional former church conversion with a contemporary feel
    • With elegant accommodation, beautiful finishes and stand out presentation
    • The 24' kitchen has a wall of bi-folding doors to the landscaped garden
    • Kings Cliffe is an attractive, serviced village with bakery, shop and public house restaurant
    • Stamford & Oundle 8 miles; Peterborough 13 miles

    A beautifully presented church conversion, with elegantly proportioned and fabulously appointed accommodation and landscaped garden, in the centre of an attractive village

    About this property

    • THE OLD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
      Grade II listed and dating from 1846, the striking former Congregational church and its adjoining school room is constructed with limestone elevations with a pedimented frontage. Initially converted into a residential dwelling in 1989, the property has been tastefully and comprehensively renovated and extended by the current owners. The work has included reconfiguring, re-plumbing and partially rewiring, and is presented as a standout village home.

      The front door and vestibule opens into an impressive limestone floored, atrium lit octagonal reception hallway in the core of the house, off which the four solid wood floored reception rooms splay. The dining room and connecting drawing rooms are particularly impressive, within the former school room, with stone fireplace and vaulted beams. The house has an elegant feel and a layout to entertain.

      The kitchen and principal bedroom suite beyond, were created by 2013 and 2017 extensions. They are highly impressive and have both conventional central heating and air conditioning. The 24' kitchen has a bank of bi-folding doors to the garden and a bespoke suite by Theodore Ross of Oakham with ample storage and high-end integrated appliances. The principal bedroom suite is entered through a stone antechamber, with a spacious bedroom, from which French doors open to the garden, dressing room and opulent en suite wet-room.

      The octagonal first floor landing accesses the four further bedrooms. All are doubles and each has its own distinct feel. Bedroom two has an en suite shower room, whilst the family bathroom and ground floor family shower room service the remaining three bedrooms.

      The driveway is located immediately to the east side of the building, and links to the garden. A York stone terrace adjoins the property, with artificial turfed lawns flanked by deep and well-stocked flowering lavender, flowering and shrub borders between which gravel pathways lead. The delightful garden is designed to resemble a quintessential ‘English country garden', focussing on seasonal colours and aromas.

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    If you are drawn to the character and scale of residential conversions, appreciate craftsmanship and seek a contemporary design, this house incorporates those elements and is the most fabulous village house. Almost equi-distant between Oundle and Stamford, with their schools, and convenient for Peterborough for its commuter links, Kings Cliffe is also an ideally positioned village.

    James AbbottProperty agent

    Local information

    • Kings Cliffe is a well serviced village with a church, shop, post office, bakery, doctor's surgery and a public house. There are many footpaths and bridleways linking to Fineshade Wood, Apethorpe and Blatherwycke Estates, making it a great position for access to the countryside.
    • The area is renowned for its schools with the well-regarded Kings Cliffe Endowed School in the village and schools in Uppingham, Oakham, Oundle, Peterborough and the Stamford Endowed Schools nearby.
    • The historic market towns of Oundle and Stamford (both about eight miles equi-distant) offer weekly markets and fortnightly farmers' markets as well as a good range of shops and services.
    • The City of Peterborough lies some 13 miles west, from which there are mainline commuter rail connections to London Kings Cross from 50 minutes and to the north, as well as between London Stansted (via Cambridge) and Birmingham New Street.
    • The road network is also well connected with the A14 dual carriageway to the south and the A1 dual carriageway to the east.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt