Old St Lukes Church
Set in a quiet Cumbrian village between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks, this stunning church conversion could well be your new sanctuary.
From the outside, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Old St Lukes Church is still a used church for sunday services; its authentic stonework in earthy tones exuding from all sides that bygone village church feel. However, step inside and you will witness a clever use of design and architectural elements that has seen this beautiful edifice transformed into a contemporary gem.
Original features such as vibrant stained glass windows and wood beams contract with open-plan living and modern fittings like the wood burner underfloor heating and walk-in shower. The bathroom also has a luxurious roll-top bath and take your pick from three bedrooms on offer, making it a perfect place for a family or group of friends to enjoy.
After you've finished marvelling over the interior, get out and about and take advantage of Old St Luke Church's strategic location, with the famed Carlisle to Settle railway line and village of Kirkby Stephen, picturesque national parks and The Pennines all easily reachable and perhaps even enjoy a pint in the highest pub in England, Tan Hill.