Former Chapel, Dora Street/Bank Place, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, LL49 9AA

vacant grade II listed former chapel approximately 620 sq m (6,673 sq ft) with lapsed planning consent for conversion into 8 residential units

Location

The property is located within the centre of the town of Porthmadog in a mixed use area of commercial and predominantly residential properties. The former chapel is situated on the corner of Dora Street and Bank Place which can be accessed from High Street/Stryd Fawr (A497).

Description

Grade II Listed former chapel with lapsed planning consent for conversion into 8 residential units sold with vacant possession. Further information and copies of planning documents and associated plans from the application can be found within the legal pack.

Accommodation

We detail below the accommodation and approximate gross internal areas as follows: 
 
Lower Ground Floor: 
Function Room  139 sq m  (1,496 sq ft) 
Room  29 sq m  (312 sq ft) 
Kitchen  12 sq m  (129 sq ft) 
Store  8 sq m  (86 sq ft) 
Store  11 sq m  (118 sq ft) 
Store  12 sq m  (129 sq ft) 
 
Ground Floor: 
Church Hall  257 sq m  (2,766 sq ft) 
Vestibule 
WC 
 
First Floor: 
Balcony  152 sq m  (1,636 sq ft) 
 
Total  620 sq m  (6,673 sq ft) 

Site Area

Approximately 535 sq m (640 sq yds).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Full Planning Permission and Listed Buildings Consent was granted on 16th January 2006 for the conversion of the former chapel into 8 residential units under Application No. C05D/0644/44/CR. This planning has since lapsed and interested parties should make their own enquiries of the Local Planning Office, Gwynedd Council, Planning Department, County Offices, Castle Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1SH. Tel: 01766 771 000. Fax: 01286 678 962.

General

The vendor informs us that the property has been recently re-roofed.

Solicitors

Black Norman Solicitors, 67-71 Coronation Road, Liverpool, L23 5RE.
Tel: 0151 931 2777. E-mail: howardnorman@blacknorman.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Howard Norman.

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