The property is located fronting onto Chester Street (A528) on the edge of the town centre of the picturesque town of Shrewsbury. The property benefits from views of the River Severn and the town centre.
Shrewsbury has a borough population of approximately 90,000 people and a substantial catchment population of circa 200,000 people. It is the county town of Shropshire and is an administrative and tourist centre with numerous historic listed properties.
The property comprises a deconsecrated former chapel constructed in 1909, and was originally one of the congregational chapels built to serve the suburbs of Shrewsbury.
The property is of traditional brick construction and is arranged over basement, ground and first floors. The property is of striking appearance, the brick elevations incorporate significant stone detailing. The building has an Italianate style clock tower and will make a fantastic residential development.
The property currently provides total accommodation of approximately 753 sq m (8105.2 sq ft). Consent has been obtained for planning for its conversion to five apartments, including the construction of a further floor level over the existing property structure.
The property benefits from planning consent under planning reference number 17/05049/FUL for conversion into five residential apartments to include terraces and external fire escape with footbridge.
The property benefits from 7 car parking spaces with the adjacent car park accessed from Chester Street.ACCOMMODATION AS EXISTING
(All measurements are approximate only)
Ground 346 sq m (3,724 sq ft)
First 207 sq m (2,228 sq ft)
Basement 200 sq m (2,152 sq ft)
The freehold is offered with vacant possession with the benefit of the planning consent ref 17/05049/FUL. All intellectual information relating to the planning consent will pass to the purchaser at completion.Prospective purchasers to make their own enquiries.