Lower Denbigh Road, St. Asaph

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Property Details

Its current planning of a place of worship allows it to be utilised for a number of potential uses which include: clinic, health centre, crèche, day nursery, library, gallery, exhibition hall, education training centre, and with planning permission could be utilised to provide office use, ie for architects, solicitors etc. Being of red brick construction it holds its original features and has the added benefit of a rear car park.


ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: 17′ 6" x 5′ 3" (5.34m x 1.61m) With original tiled floor, original stained glass leaded windows.

TWO TIMBER DOORS: Either side of the vestibule leads into:

MAIN WORSHIP AREA: 39′ 11" x 31′ 1" (12.18m x 9.49m) With fourteen original stained glass leaded windows, timber flooring, high beamed ceiling with ceiling roses, timber panelled walls up to dado rail, power points, step up to alter with an ornate decorative surround and further step up to timber door leading to:

REAR FUNCTION ROOM: 31′ 11" x 14′ 11" (9.75m x 4.57m) With vinyl floor, timber panelled walls to dado rail, three half obscured windows, beamed ceiling, two access’s to roof space, cupboard housing all the electric trip switches and timber door into:

REAR ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: 5′ 1" x 4′ 5" (1.57m x 1.36m) With vinyl floor, timber panelled to dado rail, solid double timber door leading to the side and timber door leading into:

KITCHEN AREA: 14′ 8" x 14′ 5" (4.48m x 4.40m) With stainless steel sink with tiled splash back and timber base cupboards, power points, access to roof space, timber panelled walls to dado rail, vinyl floor, pew seats, fireplace with an electric fire and three half obscured windows. There is a further door giving access back into the rear function room having the benefit of a removable partition wall providing a bigger space.

OUTSIDE: The property is approached via double wrought iron pedestrian gates onto hard standing pavement. To the side is mainly laid to lawn having a variety of established plants, shrubs and trees and is bounded by low brick walling. There is the benefit of a rear car park.

DIRECTIONS: Proceed away from the Rhyl office over the Vale Road bridge, onto Rhuddlan Road taking the bypass towards St. Asaph. On entering St. Asaph turn right at the mini round about past the Co-Op and the church can be found on the left hand side by way of a For Sale board.

SERVICES: Mains electric and water are believed available or connected to the property. All services and appliances not tested by the Selling Agent.

TENURE: Freehold


DATE: 09/07/19



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