Dating from the mid 18th century and built of local Cotswold stone, The Old Manse, in the popular hamlet of Cutsdean, was originally a substantial farmhouse before being purchased by the Baptists in the 1830s.
At this stage it was converted into a chapel with living accommodation for the pastor and his family.
From the hall a door leads through into the dining room with a fireplace, door into the garden and a door to the kitchen/breakfast room and an arch through into the conservatory/garden room.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, a shower room and a large study.
Set in the heart of the peaceful hamlet, it is close to the village of Ford between Temple Guiting and Stanway in the Cotswolds.
Guide price: £645,000. Contact agents Strutt & Parker on 01608 650502