High Street, St. Clears Offers in the Region Of £85,000
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SUBSTANTIAL IMPOSING GRADE II LISTED CHAPEL.
VISIBLE PROMINENT POSITION.
SUITABLE FOR A NUMBER OF USEAGES SUBJECT TO PLANNING.
SET IN 0.20 OF AN ACRE APPROX.
REAR GARDEN EXTENDS FOR A DEPTH OF 33.5 M (110 FT).
WALKING DISTANCE ST. CLEARS TOWN CENTRE.
EASE OF ACCESS TO THE A40 DUAL CARRIAGEWAY.
FLOOR AREA APPROX. 190 SQ.M. (2,045 SQ.FT.) PLUS GALLERY AND VESTRY.
A substantial Grade II Listed Independent CHAPEL PREMISES with a large garden at rear that extends for a depth of approximately 33.5 M (110 FT.) situate fronting 'High Street' (A4066 Laugharne Road) within walking distance of the centre of the town of St. Clears that offers the usual range of facilities and services and which in turn is located just off the A40 dual carriageway some 10 miles west of the the County and Market town of Carmarthen. The property being ideally located for access to the ancient estuarial township of Laugharne that is some 4 miles distant with the extensive sandy beach at Pendine being 8 miles away.
The Chapel is situated fronting the 'Laugharne Road' out of St. Clears adjacent to the turning for 'Heol Goi' and the property was originally built in 1862.
'Town & Country Planning' - The present use of the building is in D1 of the Use Classes Order as a place of Worship. This would also permit other community uses including Clinics, Surgeries, Creche's, Day Nurseries and Consulting Rooms. ALTERNATIVELY in light of its prominent position fronting a busy thoroughfare and subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained the premises is ripe for re-development.
15' 10'' x 6' (4.82m x 1.83m)
with feature pattern quarry tiled floor. 9' (2.74m) high arched double entrance door. Radiator. Staircases to either side leading up to the Gallery.
44' 4'' x 35' (13.5m x 10.66m)
with 8 windows. Fitted pews. Feature pillars. Peripheral heating pipes. Pulpit. Vaulted ceiling extending above the Gallery with feature ceiling rose. Wall mounted electric heaters. 2 Built-in cupboards to either side of the Pulpit.
with fitted pews and peripheral seating. Pipe organ.
Walled/railed/gated forecourt with to one side a walled/railed lawned garden. To the rear of the Chapel lies a garden that extends for a depth of approximately 110' (33.5m).
OFF THE SIDE GARDEN LIES:-
31' x 10' (9.44m x 3.05m)
housing the former oil fired central heating boiler.
GENTLEMAN'S WC OFF
OFF 'LON FAIR/HEOL GOI' STONE STEPS GIVES ACCESS TO:-