Church Premises Development Opportunity
- Rarely available and unique former church premises
- Suitable for a variety of purposes to include continued use and residential development, subject to relevant consents being obtained
- Situated within Pathhead & Ford conservation area
- GIA of 124.44sqm (1,339sqft)
- Offers over £95,000
The premises is located in Pathhead, a small village that lies within the Scottish council district of Midlothian. Pathhead is situated approximately
5 miles along the A68 off the Millerhall junction of the A720/Edinburgh City Bypass. The A68 is one of the main arterial routes leading to and
from the Scottish Borders.
More specifically, the church itself is situated to the rear of 48 Main Street with pedestrian access taken via a side alley between 46 and 48 Main Street. Vehicular access is further taken via Oxenford Avenue/Oxenford Drive, the junction for which is found approximately 100m to the southeast of the pedestrian access path.
The subjects comprise a traditional stone-built church premises constructed in 1872, surmounted by a pitched and slated roof. The subjects further benefit form traditional period-stained glass windows, ample communal parking in the nearby vicinity and a small, stoned yard section to the rear of the property.
Internally, the subjects comprise a traditional open planned church space. There are two partitioned rooms noted to each corner at the rear of the premises, and artificial lighting was noted to be by way of fluorescent tube light fittings.
**Please note that the raised stone alter visible in the below picture will be removed from the premises prior to any sale concluding
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Machrie, Isle of Arran