Chapel House – Grade II Listed Chapel Conversion

The Brief – to restore and remodel a Grade II listed early 19th century chapel in the heart of Truro, Cornwall into a unique, stunning family home.  The Chapel has been neglected over recent years and has suffered from both vandalism and theft.  Planning permission and Listed Building Consent were granted in March 2014 and external works began in summer 2014.  The scaffolding was removed in August 2014 following extensive repointing and repairs and internal works are due to begin on site shortly!

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Planning permission and Listed Building Consent for a chapel conversion in Truro, Cornwall

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Proposed Scheme – Before the conversion begins, the Chapel requires some structural works as a result of the rare and stunning barrel vaulted roof.   The main entrance into the Chapel will be repositioned from the rear to  the front under one of the flying butressess. At ground level, the property will have a stunning full height open plan lounge, separted from the Dining and Kitchen by a double sided fireplace.  To the rear will be a small extension providing a third bedroom with dressing area and ensuite.  A Utility is to be incorporated in the existing side wing, and the property also includes a home office and ground floor toilet.  Remedial works to the structure will be incorporated within the addition of a first floor, where 2 large bedrooms with ensuite will be formed.