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£200,000 Guide Price

Detached modern Gospel Hall/Meeting Room, Palmerston Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, West Midlands, CV5 6FH

616 SQ FT


  • For Sale Freehold.
  • Detached modern Gospel Hall/Meeting Room.
  • Suitable for community uses or residential conversion/development.
  • GIA: 57.2 sq m (616 sq ft).
  • Constructed 1986 of brick and tile.
  • Hard surfaced forecourt.
  • Rear garden.
  • Attractive and popular residential area.

Property Overview
The property is situated south west of the city centre within the residential district of Earlsdon, a popular suburb of the city providing a wide range of housing well served by its own retail centre and community facilities.

The property stands on the southern side of Palmerston Road which backs onto Beechwood Avenue. These properties are predominantly large detached or semi detached houses. Beechwood Tennis and Golf Club are within close proximity.

A detached purpose built meeting room constructed circa 1986 immediately adjacent to No. 10 Palmerston Road/44 Beechwood Avenue. Access from the road is through double gates to a tarmacadam forecourt area with brick paviour to the side and a small rear garden. The plot is well screened by boundary hedges and fencing. We refer you to the attached Ordnance Survey extract.

The building is of brick and tile construction with mansard style roof screening a flat felted central section. Windows are timber double glazed. Heating is from electric convector heaters with air conditioning to the hall.

The property has consent for existing use purposes, subject to conditions.

The building is considered suitable for continued community use or for residential conversion/development, subject to planning consent. Applicants should make their own enquiries to the Planning Department.

The property is freehold.
SQ M SQ FT
Recessed porch 0.00 0.00
Reception entrance (2.77 x 4.015) 11.12 119.70
Disabled toilet 0.00 0.00
Plant room 0.00 0.00
Meeting room (6.68 x 6.9) 46.09 496.20
TOTAL AREA 57.21 SQ M 615.9 SQ FT
All mains services are understood to be connected.