Kirk House Church
December 12, 2011 § 1 Comment
This dynamic church conversion is situated in Ross-Shire, by the River Blackwater. The house is surrounded by beautiful scenery and trees that keep it discreet. It’s a three bedroom, one bathroom “weekend home” for the couple that owns it. There aren’t many original features still left but the way it has been renovated has transformed it in to a comfortable warm home. (Click images to enlarge).
The layout of this home is open plan and spacious. The living room is situated on the first floor along with the master bedroom and bathroom. The living room is a bright space. I love the large rug and sloped ceiling and windows.
I love the staircase in this property. Its a clean cut design and runs from the kitchen up to the living room area.
This is the kitchen/dining area. I love this room. My favourite feature is the wood burner and surround. I love its design and it really warms the room up. I also love the island and the flooring.
This is the ‘library hallway’. I love this use of space and the wooden floors. The chandelier lighting you can see in this photo is featured throughout the property. Its a nice touch that compliments the original features of the church.
The master bedroom is a simple and well lit room. I love the sloping ceilings and the small church style windows in the gable end wall.
I love the colour scheme in the bathroom. Its not a huge space, and there doesn’t seem to be a shower but it’s still a nice room. I love the wooden finishing features, especially the bath mat.