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Parkfield Holy Trinity, Archer Park, Middleton, Manchester, M24

For sale: £175,000.00|0 - 3426 Sq Ft|Leisure Property, Other, Design & Build, Licensed & Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities

PROPERTY DETAILS

FOR SALE£175,000.00
SIZE0 - 3426 Sq Ft
ADDRESSParkfield Holy Trinity, Archer Park, Middleton, Manchester, M24
TYPELeisure Property, Other, Design & Build, Licensed & Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities
TENUREUnder Offer, For Sale Freehold
POSTED ON27th October 2020

DESCRIPTION

The property comprises an attractive former church premises of traditional stone construction beneath a pitched slate roof. The property sits on a site of approx. 0.75 acre.

We are informed that the Local Planning Department have a preference for the building to be used for a D1 use and that a period of marketing should take place before any residential uses are considered. However, initial discussions have indicated that conversion to two dwellings is likely to be acceptable.

General information

Restrictive covenants and Pastoral (Church Buildings Disposal) Scheme

Restrictive covenants will be included in the transfer of the property to ensure that the approved development is carried forward. Further details of these are available from the agents.

A closed Church of England church is sold under special legal provision - a Pastoral (Church Buildings Disposal) Scheme is the legal document empowering the Church Commissioners to sell a closed church for a specific use. The sale of the church would, therefore, be subject to the making of such a scheme following public consultation. Further details about the procedures involved may be found on the Commissioners' web-site at www.ccpastoral.org.

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LOCATION

Location: Parkfield Holy Trinity, Archer Park, Middleton, Manchester, M24

Kearsley (0.3 miles)

Mills Hill (1.5 miles)

Moston (2.5 miles)

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