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£940,000 Guide priceSold
LOCATION Ideally located with the M4 and M5 easily accessible and the mainline train station at Kemble is also within easy reach, the town of Cirencester dates back to Roman times when it was known as Corinium. Today, it is often referred to as the 'Capital of the Cotswolds' and is located on the edge of the Cotswold Water Park.
The town owes a great deal of its stunning architecture to the wealthy wool traders whose buildings span the Middle Ages to the 18th century.
Cirencester benefits from the convenience of the mainstream high street stores combined with numerous
independent specialist retailers. There are also a number of delightful bistros, cafes, wine bars and pubs to suit all tastes.
There are excellent primary and secondary state schools and a sixth form college campus, whilst good
independent schools are also within easy reach. Cirencester has a leisure centre including a swimming
pool and other sports are fully catered for including golf, tennis, riding, football, rugby and cricket.
THE PROPERTIES Following the opening of the new Cirencester Baptist Church and Meeting Rooms, the opportunity arises to acquire the original church building and adjacent cottages in the historic town centre of Cirencester.
The Baptist Church in Cirencester is a very attractive property located in the centre of the town, situated in one of the town's most favoured streets.
The church has accommodation on two floors including the Church itself, as well as sizeable meeting rooms,
smaller offices and ancillary accommodation.
The property is set back from Coxwell Street, from which there is vehicular access to parking areas to the front and side. This off street parking given the location will certainly assist in the future development of the property.
The full extent of the property is shown edged in red for identification purposes on the OS plan within these sales particulars and in summary consists of the Listed church building set back from Coxwell Street with on-site car parking to the side, as well as two very attractive self-contained cottages, which have shared access from Coxwell Street requiring some upgrading.
To the rear of the cottages and to the side of the church is a private courtyard/potential garden from which two further offices are access.
There are also the two adjacent cottages and offices accessed independently from either Coxwell Street or beside the church entrance.
VIEIWNGS We are arranging an open view time on Saturday 25th February 2017 from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon and parties
interested in viewing should contact the office to confirm.
Further open view times will be arranged during the following week and details will be posted upon our website.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING The present use of the church is within D1 of the Use Classes Order, as a place of worship and this also permits other community uses including clinics, surgeries, crèches, day nurseries and consulting rooms.
Planning consent was granted by Cotswold District Council to a previous buyer for the conversion of the church to five residential units under Application No. 16/00224/FUL dated the 18th May 2016. Whilst details can be passed onto interested parties, it should be noted that the vendors do not
own the copyright.
The cottages are in residential use and the existing ground and first floor offices could be incorporated into No. 33 subject to planning consent being granted.
METHOD OF SALE The property is offered as a whole or in parts for sale by private treaty. Offers in the region of £940,000 are sought for the entire property.