This property is offered for sale and ideal for a development opportunity and is situated on Princes Street near to the town centre and located within the semi-rural marketing town Bishop Auckland. Only approx. 10 miles away is the Historical City of Durham and it is also only approx. 13 miles from Darlington. There is an extensive public transport system in the area as well as having the A688 nearby which leads to the A1(M) both North and South.
St. Peters Church Hall stretches approx. 3,272 sq. ft which extends over two storeys, with the first floor accessed via an external staircase. Suitable for a range of uses, this property has previous planning applications which have been accepted for converting this Grade II Listed building into two, three bedroomed apartments. The adjoining St. Peters Church is also available for sale and offers its own development opportunities and positive features.
This Church Hall benefits from a gas central heating system and briefly comprises of a large reception hall, kitchen and WC to the ground floor whilst the external staircase leads to the first floor, which accommodates two spacious rooms.
8.18m (26' 10") x 12.83m (42' 1")
A spacious reception hall, offering lots of natural light and having a large entrance door.
1.88m (6' 2") x 4.40m (14' 5")
Separate kitchen/preparing area fitted with base units and a sink, offering ample space for a further fitted wall and base units as well as free standing appliances.
FIRST FLOOR ROOM ONE
8.23m (27' 0") x 6.45m (21' 2")
The first room located on the first floor with large windows and ample space.
FIRST FLOOR ROOM TWO
6.30m (20' 8") x 8.28m (27' 2")
The second room again has lots of natural light provided via large windows as well as ample space.
This spacious Grade II Listed Church Hall is suitable for a range of uses. Previously there have approved plans for converting it into two, three bedroomed apartments. Having separate entrances and ample space, there have been very detailed plans submitted, showing the potential layout and work required. There are many other potential uses for this versatile property, subject to the relevant planning and listed buildings consent.