Former Alma Street Chapel, Bacup, Lancashire, OL13 9JA

vacant two storey detached former chapel approximately 1,144 sq m (12,309 sq ft) plus additional land

Location

The property is located in an established residential area but close to Bacup town centre and fronting on to Alma Street which is accessed from Rochdale Road (A671). Rochdale town centre is approximately 9 miles to the south.

Description

Detached two storey former chapel with development potential subject to gaining the necessary consents plus additional parcel of land. The whole of the property is offered with vacant possession.

Accommodation

We detail below the following accommodation and gross internal floor areas: 
 
Ground Floor:  650 sq m  (6,994 sq ft) 
First Floor:  494 sq m  (5,315 sq ft) 
Basement  Not Measured  
Total:  1,144 sq m  (12,309 sq ft) 
 

Outside

Enclosed parcel of land now overgrown but which was previously a car park area.

Site Area

Approximately 0.1 Hectares (0.24 Acres).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

The property has in the past had planning consent approved for a number of different uses which includes residential redevelopment, a 22 bedroom rest home and offices. We understand however that all previous consents have now lapsed. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Rossendale Borough Council, The Business Centre, Futures Park, Bacup, Rossendale LL13 0BB. Tel: 01706 217777.

General

The property has had a new roof fitted.

Solicitors

AST Hampson, 128 Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, Gtr Manchester, OL16 1LA.
Tel: 0161 681 1169. Fax: 0161 683 5712. E-mail: ptaylor@asthampsons.co.uk.
Contact: Mr Peter Taylor.

Addendum

The property has in the past had planning consent approved for a number of different uses which includes residential redevelopment, a 22 bedroom rest home and offices. We understand however that all previous consents have now lapsed.

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