St Andrews is a stunning Grade II property which boasts gothic arch doors, original pitch pine barrel beams and beautiful stain glass windows, reports Teesside Live.
It is now a stunning four-bedroom home but maintains many of the church’s unique features including the huge open plan living space.
“Over the years it has been sympathetically restored to provide superb accommodation presented to an exceptionally high standard,” says agents Boutique Property Shop, which is now selling the home near Redcar, North Yorkshire.
Offers in the region of £550,000 will be considered.
The property occupies an elevated position above the road with extensive grounds, wrought iron gates, stone built walls, York stone paved areas, lawns and a large wood store.
It also benefits from a 24-hour CCTV system and a detached double garage with storage space above.
The driveway is gravelled and provides parking for several cars.
St Andrews was built in 1835-6 to designs by Inatious Bonomi, the architect of Wynyard Hall, a beautiful four-star hotel in nearby Stockton-on-Tees.
It was consecrated in the year later by Archbishop Harcours.
Entering the house by the grand arched front door opens up to the impressive dining hall which has its original pitch pine panelling as well as an elegant staircase leading to the first floor.
The remainder of the ground floor level briefly comprises of master bedroom and guest bedroom.
Both have en-suites.
There are a further two good sized bedrooms and an impressive main bathroom.
To the upper level there is an impressive open plan living room and kitchen – fitted with solid wood units with granite worktops.
At the far end of the living room there is a galleried area overlooking the dining hall below, which leads to a study and access to a further two floors above, used for storage.