An Attractive freehold detached Church Hall built in Victorian times with dressed stone detail providing some 1700sqft of open floor area to the main building with ancillary kitchen and toilet facilities. Enclosed by wrought iron fencing. Rear area with storesheds.
Situation and Location
The property is situated in a popular residential locality within level walking distance to Aberystwyth town centre and close to the bus and train stations.
The University town and seaside resort of Aberystwyth offers excellent social, educational and shopping facilities with public transport to all parts.
The property was built in 1895 of solid stone walls with sandstone coins and window reveals. The main walls support a pitched roof laid with natural slates. Windows are fitted within the sandstone mullions and are of single leaded glazed panels.
The property will provide adaptable accommodation to most uses subject to planning permission being obtained.
This is an attractive property with distinctive character features.
The main entrance door adjoins slated steps ascending from pavement level.
The accommodation comprises as follows:
Front entrance door to:
Access door to store and enclosed staircase leading to lower ground floor utility storerooms (locked) and first floor balcony area (locked
Main Assembly Room - 31'9" (9.68m) x 54'0" (16.46m)
Solid timber block herring bone patterned flooring. Modern suspended-type ceiling. Five tall windows to both sides with a high level additional window. Electric consumer units. Steps rising to:
Rear Entrance Hall
Door to outside. Door to:
Kitchen - 13'0" (3.96m) x 15'6" (4.72m)
Range of fitted base cupboards. Worktops above incorporating single drainer stainless steel sink with double bowl. Wall-mounted electric heater. Partition doors to:
Dining Room - 10'9" (3.28m) x 13'0" (3.96m)
Window to rear.
Door to main assembly room and door to:
Low flush WC. Wash hand basin.
Mainly enclosed by stone wall and in part with wrought iron fencing. To the front there are steps leading to main entrance.
Gravel path to to one side leading to side door with ramped access and paved area to the side leading to rear steps and gated access to pedestrian pavement to the rear there is a court yard with covered bin store and shed. Further steps leading to pedestrian pavement.
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Ceredigion County Council, To Be Confirmed
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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