This exquisite conversion takes renovation to the next level with the creation of 2 contemporary homes in a former Victorian Church, now charmingly named Burn Braes House and Bell Tower House.
The one-of-a-kind main sandstone building is B listed and was once the former Moat Park Church, designed by one of Scotland's most prolific and highly respected architectural teams of their time, Peddie &Kinner, in 1865.
Meticulous planning and consideration have been spent alongside a team of architects and engineers to design Biggar's most uniquely converted property in the form of 2 individually distinct 3 bedroom homes, bringing Moat Park Church back to life.
Throughout the sympathetic renovation, you'll still find some truly fantastic pieces of architecture from the original Church, right down to restoring the Victorian stained-glass windows, all seamlessly integrated with modern conveniences that keeps within the character of the building.
Both renovations feature modern open plan kitchen/dining and living areas with a spectacular full height living space creating a real sense of scale in the main living area, not forgetting the striking glass gallery walkway above. Spaciously designed bedrooms all with their own unique style.
The kitchen and bathrooms within Bell Tower House can be designed to your own personal specification by a team of award winning in-house designers.
An additional interior design service is available as an option for both Burn Braes House and Bell Tower House.
Construction and insulation of the build meets and surpasses today's needs and standards throughout, concrete poured subfloors with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and state of the art water mist systems to name a few.
The external area of both properties are specifically conserved and detailed to Historic Scotland's high standards, maintaining the building's distinctive character and heritage which has been part of Biggar for over 150 years.
Located in the heart of Biggar, a historic Royal Burgh and market town on the northern tip of the Southern Uplands. A thriving town with many local amenities, and both primary &high school, shops, health centre and numerous clubs and groups for both children and adults. Situated approximately 30 miles from Edinburgh and 40 miles from Glasgow, Biggar is ideally placed for a short commute to either city.
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