Christ Church, Burnley Road, Todmorden, Lancashire, OL14 7BS

vacant partially completed renovation of the Grade II Listed former Christ Church into a five bedroom residential dwelling

Location

The property is located off the A646 Burnley Road, close to the centre of Todmorden and approximately 10 miles south east of Burnley town centre and Junction 10 of the M65 Motorway.

Description

Vacant partially completed renovation of the Grade II Listed former Christ Church into a single residential dwelling. The majority of the property is still under renovation, however part of the property has already been converted into residential living accommodation, under planning consent granted for converting the former church into a single five bedroom dwelling.

Accommodation

Whilst the full converstion of the property has not been completed, the accommodation which has already been renovated and where the current occupiers reside, is as follows: 
Ground Floor:  Store/Boiler Room, Dining Kitchen 
  Snug, Utility Room 
First Floor:  Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, En Suite WC 
 
Copies of the plans for the proposed scheme can be found within the 
legal pack. 

Outside

There is a Lychgate at the start of the driveway, with approval to remove the central posts to widen accommodate vehicular access. There are gardens surrounding the property.

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Planning permission was granted for the conversion of the former Christ Church to a single residential property with approval granted on 16th March 2004. (Application No. 03/01808/CON). Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Northgate House, Market Street, Halifax, HX1 1UN. Tel: 01422 392228.

General

Energy Performance Asset Rating = D.

Solicitors

Smith Sutcliffe Solicitors, 50 Manchester Road, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1HJ.
Tel: 01282 426 251. E-mail: jacqui@smithsutcliffe.com.
Contact: Ms Jacquie Shuttleworth.

Addendum

Please note the completion date is set for the 13th November 2013.

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