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Former Church and Hall, Norman Street, ILKESTON, Derbyshire, DE7 8NR

9th April 2019
starts 11:00 AM at Grand Connaught Rooms
last bid was £122,000, available for

Tenure: Freehold

Freehold former church and hall
Development potential/alternative uses (STPP)
Full vacant possession

Cotmanhay is a popular and predominantly residential area lying to the north of Ilkeston which is located north east of the county town of Derby. Cotmanhay itself provides a good range of shopping and recreational facilities and lies on the A6007 south of the A610 and to the west of the M1 motorway (junction 26). The area is well served by transport links with the A6007 leading south to Ilkeston whilst public transport links are provided by local bus routes together with a rail connection at Ilkeston (East Midlands and Northern Line).

The property comprises this substantial pair of buildings. The main church is originally of brick construction beneath a pitched tiled roof and is internally arranged to provide the main former church area which has attractive vaulted ceilings, galleried areas and ancillary meeting rooms. The adjoining church hall comprises this single storey building which adjoins the church and has interconnecting doors to the church rooms at the rear. The church hall is arranged to provide a number of meeting rooms with kitchen and WC facilities within the church hall and church itself.

The properties are sold on an unconditional basis but clearly offer a huge potential for a number of opportunities or alternative uses subject to the necessary consents. Within the current usage class there are many opportunities such as children’s nursery and other similar uses. Purchasers may wish to also consider development of the site either to convert the existing buildings or partial new build subject to the necessary consents and buyers are deemed to rely on their own enquiries with regard to planning permissions required.

Lot location is based upon nearest property postcode only. Actual location of property being sold may differ.

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lot infomation last updated: 2nd May 2019 at 03:06 PM

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