Property facts for Former Salvation Army Premises, Carlisle
The premises comprise two interconnected single storey red brick hall buildings originally constructed in the 1930â€™s and with a single storey wooden frame extension added around the 1970â€™s. The two main halls which are currently used for various community groups have pitched slate roofs and the extension has a flat felted roof with profile clad elevations. Glazing is predominately single with security grills installed externally.
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