Former chapel built in 1832 with planning permission for a change of use of existing church hall building into two dwelling houses.
The premises comprise a former chapel built in 1832 of traditional two storey masonry construction beneath a pitched tiled covered roof, previously been used for worship and community purposes. The property is accessed via a small porch from The Nook leading to the main church hall, to the rear of which lies a kitchen and toilet. There are two further meeting/store rooms to the first floor, accessed via independent staircases.
We understand that the property benefits from mains drainage, water, gas and electricity. No tests have been undertaken on these services.
From measurements taken on site we calculate the property provides the following gross internal floor areas:
Ground 906sq ft 84.21sqm
First (Front) 255sq ft 23.66sqm
First (Rear) 215sq ft 19.98sqm
Total Gross Internal Area 1,376sq ft 127.85sqm
We understand the property benefits from planning consent for the following uses:
Class F1 (Learning and non-residential institution)
Planning Application number: 2021/0370, permitting a
change of use of existing church hall building into two
We understand the property is not listed, but does lie
within a conservation area.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Religious worship or church halls are currently exempt from rates liability. Alternative uses may attract business rates or council tax liability and interested parties should make their own enquiries direct with the Valuation Office Agency.
We understand that the property is not registered for VAT purposes.
Each party are to bear their own legal costs incurred.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Energy performance asset rating: E110.
A unique opportunity to convert a period Baptist Church into two dwellings.Luke Billson