A former Methodist chapel that has been granted planning permission to turn into a family home has just been reduced to £235,000.

Frostrow Chapel in Sedbergh has stunning views of the Howgill Fells and is described by RightMove as 'ripe for conversion'.

The potential three-bedroom dwelling with ample parking and a garden area was constructed in 1886 of coursed rubble and sandstone.

Above the entrance of the stunning chapel is the engraved Wesleyan date stone with the inside having a beautiful vaulted ceiling, arched windows and a harlequin-quarry tiled floor in the entrance vestibule.

To add to its quaintness, the detached property also has a bell which the listing states is 'quite unusual for a Methodist chapel'.

The proposed plans for the ground floor include a porch, hall, double-height sitting room, dining kitchen with pantry and a utility room.

Here is where bedroom three would be along with a boot room, cloakroom and rear porch.

The first floor would have split staircases, both galleried, that lead to the principal bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Further down would be bedroom two and the house bathroom.

The outside space could also have a WC and store space. The neat lawn area to the front comes complete with a central path surrounded by a low stone wall with wrought iron railings and a gate.

The property has mains electricity and a private water supply with a Klargester sewage treatment plant installed within the boundaries in 2022. This is not yet connected to the property, however.

B4RN hyperfast broadband is also in the area.

Potential buyers are reminded that local occupancy restrictions do apply. By purchasing the property, you must adhere to visitors' rights to allow them to park in the parking area and allow unencumbered access to the graveyard.

The character property is located in a quiet roadside location with easy access to the M6 with Junction 37 around 6 miles away.

To find the property - from Sedbergh, head east on the A684 towards Hawes, and after travelling approximately 1.5 miles from Sedbergh, the chapel is on the right-hand side.

For those who are interested, please visit the RightMove listing or contact Davis & Bowring on 01522 303 897.