***Exclusive New Development**Stunning conversion of Grade II listed Church**Extremely impressive Specification Throughout**Gated access and allocated parking**Much sought after area***Now Available to View***
Situated within the Trinity Church Development constructed by award winning developers Hale Estates and designed by award winning architects Ollier Smurthwiate the nine new residences at Trinity sensitively respond to the material and detailing of this impressive Grade II listed building. The newly inserted components sit sensitively within the volume of this historic structure, taking reference from existing forms and fabric. Finishes have been carefully selected to reflect the character and detail of the historical setting, providing enduring quality.
A mix of distinctly different residences creates variety within the scheme, including large three bedroom units set over three and four floors within the converted nave; A further two, three-bedroom triplex residences are housed within the former church hall with two, one-bedroom residences below. Finally, at the rear is a self contained three-bedroom property arranged over three floors of the converted Sunday School.
The new residences make use of the impressive volume of the listed structure with double and triple height spaces responding to the scale of the magnificent stained glass windows, and retaining original features such as leaded windows and polychromatic brickwork. On the outside, the facade is fully restored ensuring these unique properties will stand the test of time.
Plot 8 is an impressive Triplex apartment with accommodation spread over 3 floors, with light open plan living spaces including a huge picture window with void above allowing light to stream into the ground and first floors. The high specification finish includes fitted German kitchens with solid quartz worktops, integrated appliances, under floor heating, engineered oak flooring to living areas and quality fitted bathrooms.
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