This former chapel dates from the late Georgian era and is on one of the most well-known streets in Hexham.

Situated on Hallstile Bank, the property was built in 1830 and started life as Hexham’s first Ranters' chapel, so named for their impassioned preaching.

The chapel originally occupied two premises and still retains the original dual entrance through which men and women worshippers could enter separately.

Today behind the Grade II-listed façade of this stone-built townhouse conversion is a beautiful modern home over three floors, remodelled and updated to offer high-quality fixtures and finishes with character features including sash windows and wooden window shutters.

Standout features of the impressive home include the smart dining kitchen with stylish cabinets \d integral appliances, en-suite master bedroom and lower-ground sitting room reached via a contemporary spiral staircase of wood and metalwork and boasting an oak floor with inset of original flagstones and full-height bi-fold doors to the private rear garden.

The house also has a study, utility, wetroom, two top-floor bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside is the low-maintenance back garden and a gravelled parking area with gates.

The property in Hallstile Bank, Hexham, is for sale at £395,000 from Finest Properties, tel. 01434 622234.