Querneby Road, Mapperley, Nottingham

Guide Price £350,000

Key Features

  • 1800's converted chapel
  • Open plan living space
  • Three bedrooms inc mezzanine
  • Fantastic roof terrace garden
  • Utility room
  • Many features throughout


LOOKING FOR SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT? A unique converted chapel dating back to circa 1885, with a large mezzanine bedroom with concealed work/study area and with access to a good sized rear roof terrace garden. The main open plan living kitchen is 8m x 8m, with feature staircase, wood burning stove and kitchen area with bespoke handmade units. Two further spacious double bedrooms, utility room and bathroom/wet room with under floor heating. Ample driveway, attached workshop and further enclosed garden seating area.


Tucked away from the road and dating back to the late 1800's is this truly unique converted chapel, complete with one of the original chapel pews! The current owner has completely renovated the chapel, adding a large mezzanine bedroom overlooking the main living and kitchen areas, and with access to an incredible rear roof terrace garden. There is also a further enclosed front garden in front of the property and an adjoining workshop with ample light and power. The main open plan living room/kitchen is 8m x 8m, with feature staircase, solid Mahogany flooring, a wood burning stove and kitchen area with bespoke handmade units. There are also two further spacious double bedrooms, utility room and a spacious bathroom with wet area and granite floor with under floor heating. The long driveway, next to the entrance for Walter Halls Primary School, provides ample parking and ensures that the property is set well back from the road.

Querneby Road itself runs parallel to Woodborough Road, which leads straight in to the city centre. Just over half a mile in the opposite direction leads to Mapperley's thriving shopping area, with a great variety of amenities, including bars, restaurants and numerous independent retailers.

Open Plan Living Kitchen

Double doors lead in to this large open plan living kitchen, overlooked by the mezzanine bedroom. The kitchen area has bespoke solid timber units, doors and worktops with granite upright supports and an inset stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Appliances consist of a brushed steel electric oven and four ring gas hob. The whole area has solid Mahogany flooring and a mixture of ground and high-level double glazed windows, a stable door from the kitchen area and separate double doors, both of which lead out to an enclosed garden/seating area. At the other end of the room is a feature multifuel stove and there are also ample ceiling downlights with a multi-switch plate for all lighting, including low-level night lighting. The feature spiral style staircase leads to the mezzanine and there are also three separate radiators and a freestanding pew which is original to the chapel. Access can then be gained to both ground floor bedrooms, utility room and bathroom.

8m x 8m (26'2 x 26'2 )

Bedroom 2

UPVC double glazed rear window and radiator.

4m x 3.2m (13'1 x 10'5 )

Bedroom 3

UPVC double glazed rear window and radiator.

3.9m x 3.25m (12'9 x 10'7 )

Utility Room

With wooden worktops, plumbing for a washing machine, tiled splashbacks and wall mounted gas boiler.

2.35m x 1.2m (7'8 x 3'11 )


Solid granite tiled floor with underfloor heating (connected to the central heating). The bath is set into an alcove with Mahogany panel and surround and storage cupboard. Traditional style washbasin and toilet, large wet area with traditional style mains shower, floor drain and ceiling downlights.

3m minimum x 2.75m (9'10 minimum x 9'0 )

Mezzanine bedroom

The staircase, with stainless steel handrails takes you to the large open mezzanine bedroom, with Velux windows and fitted blackout blinds, wardrobe recesses with matching stainless steel rails, concealed office workspace/storage with large double doors and power. The sitting area has access to additional storage and a low level double glazed window and door leads out to the roof terrace.

5.3m x 3.5m (to purlins) (17'4 x 11'5 (to purlin


To the front of the property and accessed from Querneby Road is the driveway, which provides parking for several cars. Enclosed majority gravelled front garden with a paved patio and storage area to the side. Next to the front doors is access to an adjoining 2.85m x 2.75m workshop with light and a separate power supply. The roof terrace is part gravelled and part decked with an artificial grassed area overlooking the school walkway.

Tenure - Freehold

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