Buxton Road United Reformed Church and Hall, Lake Street, Stockport, Cheshire, SK2 7NU

former church and hall approximately 632 sq m (6,801 sq ft) on a site of approximately 0.16 hectares (0.38 acres)


The property has a prominent location fronting Buxton Road (A6) at it's junction with Lake Street approximately halfway between Stockport town centre and Hazel Grove. The area is mainly residential in nature, with some commercial uses on the A6 and Stockport Grammar School is nearby.


Church building of traditional design at the front of the site, with a two storey hall building at the rear. The rear building has to the ground floor a smaller and a larger hall, with 6 separate meeting/storage rooms and a kitchen. At first floor is a committee room and an office.


The following details have been provided by our Joint Agent: 
Church Building:  252 sq m  (2,709 sq ft) 
Rear Hall:  380 sq m   (4,092 sq ft) 
Total:  632 sq m  (6,801 sq ft)     


Yard/Parking Areas.

Site Area

Approximately 0.16 hectares (0.38 acres)




The properties are not shown on English Heritage Schedule of Listed Buildings, but do appear on the Local Authority website as being subject to non-statutory Local Listing. They have the benefit of existing D1 use planning, as a place of worship and community facility. Uses within this class include children’s nurseries and educational uses. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, Town Hall, Stockport, SK1 3XE. Tel: 01614 804949, Fax: 01614 779530.


Energy Performance Asset Rating = G (Rear Hall - The Church is currently exempt as a place of worship).


Towns Needham Solicitors, Brook House, 64-72 Spring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BQ.
Tel: 0161 832 3721. E-mail: CColburn@townsneedham.com.
Contact: Ms Carol Colburn.

Joint Agent

Dunlop Heywood, Third Floor, The Chambers, Police Street, Manchester, M2 7LQ.
Tel: 07867 316349.
Contact: Ms Alexandra Weatherilt.

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