Enjoying a desirable location in the village, a substantial stone built former church set in its own grounds
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a substantial stone built former church set in its own grounds.
This is an unique residential development opportunity to acquire this former church premises which was developed in 1909 constructed with stone from Tonfannau Quarry near Tywyn under a pitched slated roof. The former church has an attractive bell tower and the east window is an attractive stained glass feature. There are many other decorative features such as sand stone dressings to the buttresses, windows and doors.
The village of Talybont is situated some 7 miles due north from the university and market town of Aberystwyth. The village having a range of local amenities including a primary school and public houses. Both Aberystwyth to the south and Machynlleth to the north have a wider range of amenities including banks and secondary schools.
The former church enjoys an excellent location, a short distance from the A487 trunk road and has a pleasant aspect with views over the village and over undeveloped agricultural land to the rear.
The sale consists of the former church and grounds shown edged red on the plan along with the land shown coloured green.
The property was served by mains electricity which has been disconnected. Prospective purchasers must make their own detailed enquiries to reconnect the electricity supply and to establish the location of any other services in relation to their intended use.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents: Aled Ellis & Co, 16 Terrace Rd, Aberystwyth. 01970 626160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The property is not listed and currently falls within planning use D1 of the Use Classes Order. Alternative uses may be possible subject to planning permission. Prospective purchasers must make their own enquiries with the local planning authority if they wish to consider any changes to the use of the building.
briefly comprise of :-
1.55m x 2.44m (5'1 x 8' )
with quarry tiled floor. Access to
SOLID DOUBLE DOORS TO
extends to approximately 1400sq ft with 2 areas of
6.78m x 14.05m (22'3 x 46'1 )
7.44m x 4.47m (24'5 x 14'8 )
There is one stained glass window to the east with 3 further windows to each side. Exposed beamed ceiling, parquet floor and wall mounted electrical heaters.
2.29m x 3.76m (7'6 x 12'4 )
with tiled floor and external door.
As registered charities (registered charity numbers: 1142813 and 231239) our clients are required to obtain best value in all disposals of property in line with the provisions of the Charities Act 2011 and to ensure that terms are endorsed by a chartered surveyor as being in accordance with the Act. The quoted asking price is a guide and interested parties should submit the best offer they are prepared to make. In accordance with our clients’ charitable status, the property will remain on the open market until exchange of contracts; our clients reserve the right to consider any other offer which is forthcoming.’
Special conditions of sales – purchaser's covenants are included with these sales particulars.
Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves entirely with regards to these conditions prior to the submission of any offer.
The property is exempt from an EPC as it was used as a place of worship.
From Aberystwyth take the A487 coastal trunk road north up Penglais hill through Bow St to Talybont. On the northern edge of the village turn right just after the primary school and the former church can be seen on the left hand side.
LAND REGISTRY PLAN