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Offers in the Region of £69,995

Morton, Nr Oswestry, SY10 8AH

  • Interesting Methodist Chapel
  • Potential to convert (sub to PP)
  • Popular rural locality
  • Convenient for larger centres
  • Great investment opportunity
  • Inspection essential

A well situated detached Methodist Chapel, with great potential for a variety of alternative usages (subject to Planning Permission), located just outside the rural hamlet of Morton and the village of Llynclys.

DESCRIPTION

Halls are favoured with instructions to offer Morton Methodist Chapel for sale by private treaty.

Morton Methodist Chapel is a well situated detached Chapel, with great potential for a variety of alternative usages (subject to Planning Permission), located just outside the rural hamlet of Morton and the village of Llynclys.

The Chapel, we understand, was constructed in 1838 as a single cell Wayside Chapel, and now offers accommodation of great charm and character, which retains numerous original features including the pulpit, and timber panelling to walls. There is good head height, making provision of a second floor possible (subject to Planning Consent).

There is scope, therefore, for adapting the Chapel according to ones individual requirements, possibly in to a dwelling/studio/office/showroom etc. (subject to Planning Consent).

Outside, there is a tarmacadam path leading to the front door with two gravelled areas to each side. The site is retained by stone walling to one side and brick walling to the front with wrought iron work on top.

Halls, the sole selling agents, strongly recommend an inspection of the Chapel to appreciate the possibilities that it has to offer.

SITUATION

Morton Methodist Chapel is situated just outside the rural hamlet of Morton and the village of Llynclys. It is approximately 2.3 miles from the well known estate village of Knockin which has a good range of local amenities for a village of its size. The Chapel is, also, within easy motoring distance of the larger centre of Oswestry (4 miles) and the county towns of Shrewsbury (17 miles) and Chester (30 miles), all of which, have a more comprehensive range of amenities of all kinds.

DIRECTIONS

From Shrewsbury, proceed to the village of Knockin via the A5 and the B4396. Continue through the village of Knockin in the direction of Llynclys for approximately 3 miles and Morton Methodist Chapel will be found on the left hand side, identified by a Halls for sale board.

From Oswestry, proceed south on the A483 to Llynclys crossroads. Turn left at Llynclys crossroads and continue for approximately 0.5 of a mile and the chapel will be found on the right hand side, identified by a Halls for sale board.

ENTRANCE PORCH

With a quarry tiled floor and main entrance door in to the:

CHAPEL

With two arched windows to two sides, a high level arched window to front elevation, exposed ceiling timbers, power points and a maximum head height of approximately 5.1m to the highest part.

8.51m x 5.58m (27'11" x 18'4")

OUTSIDE

The property is approached off Long Lane through a wrought iron pedestrian gate and over a tarmacadam path with gravelled areas to either side, which leads to the front door. The site is retained by stone walling to one side and brick walling to the front with wrought iron work on top.

SERVICES

We assume that the Chapel has the benefit of a mains electricity supply. However, interested parties are advised to verify this for themselves.

TENURE & POSSESSION

The property is said to be of freehold tenure and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Shropshire Council, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6ND.

VIEWING

By appointment through Halls, The Square, Ellesmere, Shropshire. Tel:(01691) 622602.

BOUNDARIES, ROADS & FENCES

The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the vendor nor the agent will be responsible for defining the ownership of the boundary fences and hedges.

EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY

The property is sold subject to all existing wayleaves of electricity, pipelines, and all public rights of way whether specified or otherwise.

TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING

The property notwithstanding any description contained within these particulars of sale, is sold subject to any development plan, tree preservation order, town planning scheme or agreement, resolution or notice, which may or may come to be in force and also subject to any Statutory Provision or Bye-Law, without obligation on the part of the vendor to specify.

SALES PARTICULARS

The sale particulars have been prepared for the convenience of the prospective purchasers and whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, their accuracy is not guaranteed nor in any circumstances will they give grounds for an action in law.

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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