CLEVELEYS UNITED REFORMED CHURCH, ROSSALL ROAD, CLEVELEYS, Lancashire

8,819 Sq Ft
£350,000
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  • Availability: Under Offer
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Property Features

  • Sold with vacant possession
  • F1 planning consent
  • Suitable for a variety of uses STPP
  • Potential development opportunity
  • 0.58 acre site
  • On-site parking facilities
  • Sold by way of Informal Tender (best & final bids by Friday 8th April 2022)
  • Guide Price £350,000

Property Summary

The site itself extends to approximately 2,373.12 sq m (25,544 sq ft), or 0.586 acres. The site is flat and of a regular shape. On the site, sits a large church and community hall premises, with parking provisions and is bound by a low-level perimeter stone wall. The car park is accessed off Ryden Avenue, which in turn is accessed from the A587 Rossall Road.

The Church building itself is of traditional red brick construction and is set beneath a pitched and tiled roof covering, with a single storey brick-built extension.

Internally, the Church building is arranged across majority ground floor providing for majority open plan accommodation and first floor in part, where there is a gallery/storage area behind the organ.

The accommodation at ground floor level is predominately open plan with cellular elements. The property is split into two elements, which includes a large open plan worship hall and vestry located at the rear with a small store. In addition, there is a further open plan hall with an office and male and female WCs. There is also a large kitchen facility.

The property's extension, features for open plan accommodation and follows a similar layout to the main church hall, with male and female WC's off the entrance lobby with a large open plan hall with stage. Situated to the rear of the stage are two additional storage rooms.

The majority of the accommodation comprises of plaster painted walls and ceilings, a mix of floor coverings throughout, including timber, carpets, laminates, tiles and vinyl. The main Church building is lit by way of LED, fluorescent strip lighting and domestic pendant lighting and is heated by wall mounted radiators served by a gas combi boiler.

Externally, the subject property benefits from a hard surfaced car park, providing for approximately 10 parking spaces and a large turfed area to the front of the property.