Occupying the entire former Chancel and the adjoining tower, property offers three individually designed bedroom suites. It’s mezzanine reception area, overlooking the communal nave through floor to ceiling glazing, also overlooks the separate dining area, accessed by a bespoke spiral staircase , which occupies the site of the former alter. Set in an open area extending to the roof two stories above, it is indeed breath taking, flooded with light from the roof light window above by day and lit by one of the original 1920s church chandeliers by night.
The five levels of the tower are served by a lift and include separate bedrooms and dressing rooms. At the top of the property, within the former belfry, the study area offers 360 degree views across the Kent and Sussex and the glazed ceiling allows viewing up into the structure of the original spire.