If you a-spire to the vaulted heights of converting a church or chapel to an ecstatically ecclesiastical home – maybe one of these properties going under the hammer will tempt you to dig deep into your collection box!!
Guide Price: £45,000+
This detached former Methodist church on a corner plot was built c. 1899. Situated within an established residential location it offers a unique opportunity and, subject to planning, is suitable for a variety of uses. The main hall area measures approx. 35ft x 27ft with a further storage room, 2 seperate WCs and a paved area to the front, side and rear of the property.
Guide Price: £245,000+
This Grade II Listed former Church premises is ideally placed for the town centre and has fantastic conversion potential (subject to consents). The accommodation comprises on the ground floor: reception room, lobby, kitchen, side lobby, ladies & gents WC, office, congregation room. First floor: ladies & gents WC, games room, kitchen, meeting room and bowl room.
Guide Price: £22,000+
This substantial Victorian chapel with ancillary school rooms of approx 7,840sqft/728.3sqm occupies a prominent position in the town centre. The property has pointed stone elevations beneath a series of pitched slate covered roofs. The property may be suitable for subdivision and conversion into a variety of uses, including residential use, subject to all necessary consents.
Guide Price: £295,000
This attractive detached locally listed period chapel was historically used in conjunction as a cemetery chapel. It now benefits from consent for residential conversion to two-bedroom accommodation with association garden area and parking. The property is constructed of bargate stone under a slate roof and offers many ornate and impressive character features including stone mullion windows. Located in a well established residential area to the south-west of the town centre which also offers a mainline station to Waterloo within the hour.
Guide Price: £250,000-£300,000
This part converted former Methodist church currently offers a rental income of £1,520 pcm but is in need of further works to realise the full potential. The front part has been converted into residential accommodation, which is currently tenanted and, comprises of 4 bedrooms; 2 open plan living areas; 2 bathrooms and 2 ensuite bathrooms. The rear section of the building is still to be converted and currently comprises 1 large room with 2 ancillary rooms (having w/c facilities). There are gardens to the front and side of the property.
Guide Price: £36,000-£42,000
This single storey church building of brick construction surmounted by a tiled roof is set back from the road behind a tarmacadam covered forecourt. The property may be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning. Currently the property comprises: a church hall; kitchen; bathroom; rear room and external areas to the front and rear.
Guide Price: £250,000
This vacant former Chapel and Sunday School occupies a prominent position on the Deepdale Road close to Preston town centre. The property is made up of two buildings with the northern building formally a Sunday School offering a full height galleried hall with kitchen facilities to the ground floor and classrooms to the first floor. The Gutteridge Memorial Chapel consists of the Worship Hall and organ loft with associated rooms behind and cellar. There is also an infill building consisting of toilet facilities and a series of cellars underneath the Sunday School. Externally to the rear/side of the building is a generous double garage and off street parking area.