Located in the popular village of Eagle, this immaculate converted character chapel with high specification living accommodation really is a site to behold!

The ground floor of the converted chapel  offers  Entrance Vestibule, Modern fitted Kitchen, Lounge, two ground floor Bedrooms, Bathroom and Family Room with bar and spiral staircase to Bedroom and En-suite.

The converted chapel is being used as a formal Dining/Living Area with a Mezzanine Balcony and spiral staircase leading to a further Bedroom with En-suite.

Outside there are enclosed fenced gardens to the front, side and rear and a driveway providing off road parking for numerous vehicles and giving access to the Detached Single Garage.

Where is it?

Eagle is a sought after peaceful village located near the centre of a triangle formed by the A57,A46 and A1, hence road links are readily accessible. Newark Railway Station is located approximately 11 miles to the South West and has a direct rail link to London Kings Cross.
The City of Lincoln and the Town of Newark are both well served by a host of shops and allied facilities, including banks and other financial services, pubs and restaurants.

The History?

Eagle is a very old village. It dates back to at least Saxon times.It got its name from a Saxon word, aecle  meaning an oak tree.Eagle is in the original Domesday book.
In the twelth century King Stephen gave the manor of Eagle to the Knight Templars.They owned it until the fourteenth century.They were suppressed and the manor was given to the Knight Hospitallers.Then in the middle of the sixteenth century they were suppressed and it was given to the Earl of Rutland.

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