Built as a family chapel on a Kentish estate in 1870 in the Gothic manner of the principal house, this building was later used as a fishing lodge and then left derelict. We converted it to a house which present a few challenges. A Grade II listed chapel is not the easiest to form into a dwelling but with the delicate insertion of a floor and some very slim dormers, bedrooms could be achieved in the roof whilst the ground floor was sensitively subdivided to form the living areas. GOTHIC CHAPEL (LISTED) STEPHEN LANGER ARCHITECTS PORTFOLIO 49