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3 bed House - Detached - For Sale
Friday Street, Arlingham, Gloucester

  • Converted chapel
  • Three bedrooms
  • Character features
  • Village location
  • No onward chain
  • EPC Rating: Grade II Listed Exemption
Dating back to 1820, this immaculately presented, converted Grade II listed former chapel needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated. The detached property offers modern and contemporary living throughout whilst also benefitting from original character features. The property sits on a well located plot and briefly comprises of open plan kitchen/living room/diner, three double bedrooms with an en-suite to the master, a family bathroom and study area. The property is being offered chain free, so an early viewing is highly recommended.


Upon entry to the property, you are welcomed by a spacious entrance hall with flagstones. From here, there are doors leading to the master bedroom and double doors through open plan living room/diner/kitchen, the living space is flooded with light and provides contemporary living at its best whilst also retaining original features and double height ceilings. The property is finished to a high standard and makes an ideal place for entertaining. The kitchen has a range of wall and base high gloss units and has integrated appliances to include an eye-level oven and microwave, induction hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. There is plenty of space within the room for a large lounge area and family dining table,. The property benefits from a wood burning stove and the original Pulpit with access via stairs. The living space then leads to two of the three double bedrooms. Within the hallway there are two storage cupboards and door to the garden. The two double bedrooms provide well-proportioned and airy accommodation, bedroom two benefitting from a dressing area complete with built-in oak wardrobes. The master bedroom is off the entrance hall and is situated at the front of the property and providing an ensuite shower room, comprising a low-level WC, pedestal hand basin, corner shower cubicle and heated towel rail. The family bathroom streams in light and creates a homely feel, there is a bath with both waterfall and handheld shower over, there is a hand basin with storage, low-level WC and heated towel rail. On the mezzanine floor, there is a study area overlooking the expanse of the open plan living area.


The property benefits from ample off-road parking by way of a gravelled driveway. The garden is located to the side of the house and is mostly laid to lawn, there is a lovely gravelled area which is currently used as a seating area. The outside is a tranquil space and offers quiet enjoyment.

History of Ebenezer Chapel

Ebenezer Chapel was built within the grounds of Friday Street Farm by John Irving in 1820, having settled in Arlingham from Dumfriesshire in Scotland. John had hoped that his eldest son would become a member of the clergy and he did. Having been educated at Trinity College in Cambridge, he became a Church of England priest but never addressed a congregation at Ebenezer Chapel as far as I can discover. John split his time between Arlingham and Bristol as his occupation was a Merchant/Ship owner. The Bristol Record Society showed that between 1800 and 1838, John owned 'one of the greatest fleets in the history of the port'. John Irving entered the Bristol merchant elite in 1815 by which time he had converted to the Wesleyan Methodist religion and gave free passage to the West Indies to nine Wesleyan missionaries. He served on the national committee of the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society between 1819 and the 1850's, making sizeable donations to the Society, and having a special interest in the West Indies.


Thirteen miles south of Gloucester lies the small village of Arlingham. The centre of the village is built around The Cross. There is a Post Office and The Red Lion pub, which serves meals and local beers. There is also a riverside pub, The Old Passage, which offers panoramic views of Newnham-on-Severn on the opposite bank. Around The Cross lie the majority of the houses though farms and other dwellings are scattered throughout the Parish.

Tenure, Services and Local Authority

The property is believed to be connected to mains electricity. It is heated by oil and has septic tank drainage.
Stroud District Council, Tax Band E: £2,408.72.


From our office in Cam, head South on to Noel Lee Way roundabout, at the roundabout take the third exit onto High Street (A4135). Follow the A4135 straight down until you reach the roundabout at Bristol Road, at this roundabout take the third exit on to Bristol Road (A38). Continue along the A38 for a short while. Before approaching the Texaco petrol station on the A38 you will find a left hand turn on to the Perry Way (B4071) sign posted Frampton-on-Severn, take this turn. Continue along this road until you reach the bridge over the canal, go over this bridge and bare left towards Arlingham. Follow this road until you reach Arlingham, when in the village you will find a right hand turning in to Friday Street, once you have taken this turning the property can be found a short drive in on the right-hand side, it will be indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.

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