- A former Methodist church tenderly converted into a stunning four-bedroom home. Original beams, church pews and beautiful stained glass windows give vintage verve, whilst modern lighting, feature wood-burning fire, open-plan living space and quirky fireman’s pole offer contemporary flourishes.
- The raised shaker-style kitchen and balcony provide open-field views and distant sea glimpses, leading down to the large, enclosed and private back garden.
- Located within easy reach of the beaches at Constantine, Harlyn, Treyarnon and Trevone and with a number of pubs, restaurants and shops all on your doorstep, Church House is ideally positioned for a true Cornish seaside holiday. The pretty fishing village of Padstow is also just a five minute drive away. Pop into the picture-postcard shops and ice-cream parlours and sample Rick Stein’s famous fish and chips until the sun goes down.
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Steeped in history and tales of times gone by, Church House sits in the centre of St Merryn, a hidden gem located within easy reach of the Seven Bays and the pretty fishing village of Padstow. Once a former Methodist chapel dating back to 1905, today Church House has been lovingly converted into a four-bedroom home, seamlessly blending original features with contemporary design. Church House oozes charm from the moment you set foot inside the front door and are greeted by the warm light flooding in through the beautiful retained stained glass windows. Characterful memorial tablets and wooden beams sit harmoniously with the open plan living space, luxury bathrooms, modern wood burning fire and bespoke, shaker-style kitchen.
- Kitchen, living and dining
The double-height, open-plan living area is a fantastic space for entertaining and holidaying with family and friends. Although open-plan, the large space is intelligently divided; each area defined by its differing height and floor finish, while a feature wood-burning fire rests at the heart, uniting each space. The bespoke, hand-crafted kitchen sits on a mezzanine floor, reached via six curved, discreetly lit stairs. The muted sage, shaker-style kitchen cabinets, oak worktops and slate flooring set off the stunning colours of the stained glass windows. A walk-in pantry can be found on the same level, housing a fridge-freezer and ample shelving for all your store cupboard essentials. An expansive arched window allows even more light into the space, with a door leading out to the terrace and the enclosed back garden. Open field views towards the sea in the distance continue to enhance the feeling of relaxation at Church House.
Directly beneath the mezzanine kitchen on the ground floor there is a dining table that seats 10 comfortably, complete with an original church pew seat on one side. Sociable cooking and dining is made effortless at Church House. A double-sided wood burning fire sits between the dining table and the living area, making the large open-plan space warm and cosy in the winter months.
- Bedrooms and bathrooms
Climb the bespoke stair case to the mezzanine master bedroom - a large, light-flooded space flanked on one side by original stunning stained-glass windows. The original doors to the church have been used as the headboard, again blending old and new seamlessly. A fireman's pole will get you quickly back to the ground floor if you don't fancy taking the stairs. In the original Sunday school wing, you'll find three more good size bedrooms - a king room with an ensuite bathroom and optional day bed (please book in advance), a second king bedroom and a twin bedroom.
Recently converted, Church House has four luxury, modern bathrooms. Either end of the utility room, you'll find a shower room at one end with outdoor access - perfect for washing a day at the beach away - and a separate WC room at the other end. There is another shower room just off the entrance hall in the main part of Church House, while in the bedrooms wing there is a family bathroom and an ensuite in the king room with the daybed.
The feature wood-burning fire and underfloor heating ensure Church House is toasty all year round. A utility room houses a washing machine, tumble dryer and dog bed. A dishwasher is provided in the kitchen and a separate pantry room enables you store your weekly supplies. Wireless broadband is provided at Church House.
Doors lead out from the kitchen to the balcony and down a couple of stairs to the large back garden. Enclosed on all four sides, it's secure for small dogs (larger breeds may be able to jump over the garden wall). The back garden is well appointed with table and chairs and a barbecue. The garden backs on to protected open fields with the sea just visible in the distance.
Church House is located back from the beaches in the village of St Merryn with pubs, restaurants and shops on your doorstep. Less than a five minute drive (or around a 35 minute walk if you're feeling energetic) will take you to Constantine Bay or Harlyn Bay. Church House is also perfectly located for visiting the quaint, yet vibrant fishing port of Padstow, bustling with shops and restaurants. Trevose Golf Club is also within easy reach of Church House.
Stayed: 29th Dec 2017
I would also like to say what a fantastic time we had at Church House! What a fantastic property it gave us plenty of space and yet even though open plan, felt cosy. We also did not drive whilst there, lots of footpaths and fantastic bus services, which enabled us to walk and bus back!!
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