Property SummaryA unique, mixed use premises in the centre of Malmesbury WITH PLANNING PERMISSION (18/11418/FUL) FOR RESIDENTIAL USE, comprising; a light and spacious studio room and two therapy rooms/offices with a disabled access cloakroom. A new gas fired central heating system has recently been installed and the property been completely modernised and refurbished. The main hall is currently used as a Community Art Studio, with the rooms to the rear being used for therapy sessions.
The former Sunday School building is believed to have been built in 1859 and is constructed of Cotswold stone elevations with cut stone quoins under a slate roof. The rear extension (built in 1997) is of rendered elevations under a single pitch slate roof.
The current owner has transformed the building through a major renovation project which included: replacing all the gutters and soffits, upgrading the roof insulation, a new velux rooflight, renovating and repairing the hall floor, a new gas boiler and central heating system, new tiling to rear hallway and cloakroom, new wood floors to consulting rooms, modern electricity consumer unit, new wiring, sockets and fire alarm system, new disabled access cloakroom, new plumbing and drainage system and total redecoration.
The adjacent land is part of the burial ground owned by the Moravian Church. The Purchaser of the Church Hall will be bound by the terms of a 99 year lease of the land (commenced in 2010) for a nominal rent of £10 per annum. The purchaser will be required to keep the grass mown and the land clean and tidy and to allow public access to the grave marker stones, which must remain in place.
Energy Asset Rating
To be assessed.
Rateable Value: £5,400