Former Chapel, High Street, Golborne, Cheshire, WA3 3AX

vacant former chapel last used as workshop offices approximately 560 sq m (6045 sq ft) and yard part let a rent reserved of £6000 per annum
Withdrawn

Location

The property is situated in the middle of Golborne town centre on High Street (A573). Access to the rear and the yard is from Charles Street. The property lies approximately 4.5 miles south of Wigan town centre, and 1.5 miles east of Junction 23 of the M6 Motorway.

Description

Vacant former chapel last used as workshop, storage and offices, together with a tenanted rear gated yard with a number of single storey storage units. The vacant chapel is in need of refurbishment.

Accommodation

The following details have been provided by the Joint Agent: 
 
Principal Workshop:  360 sq m  (3890 sq ft) 
Office:  70 sq m  (755 sq ft) 
Ancillary Workshop/Stores:  130 sq m   (1,400 sq ft)  
 
Total:  560 sq m  (6045 sq ft) 

Outside

Rear gated yard and outbuildings.

Site Area

Approximately 0.16 Hectares (0.38 Acres).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Interested parties should consult with the local planning office, Wigan Council, Planning & Transport, Places Directorate, Wigan Council, PO Box 100, Wigan WN1 3DS. Tel: 01942 489250. Attn Dave Round.

Tenancy

The rear yard is let at a rent of £6000 per annum for a term of 3 years from November 2013. 

General

We understand the tenant currently has rent arrears.

Solicitors

Napthens LLP, 7 Winckley Square, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 3JD.
Tel: 01772 883883. E-mail: philip.wright@napthens.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Philip Wright.

Joint Agent

Wigan Borron Shaw, 24 Bridgeman Terrace, Wigan, Lancashire, WN1 1TD.
Tel: 01942 763 100.
Contact: Mr Tom Turton.

Addendum

This lot has been WITHDRAWN from the auction.

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