Prys, Jones & Booth - Property details

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The Church House, Abergele, LL22 Commercial Property SSTC in Abergele

Offers in excess of £100,000

Property reference: WAS-GMG10CB0T0

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On instructions of the Representative Body of the Church in Wales (Reg Charity 1142813)

Prys Jones & Booth have been instructed to place on the open market an imposing dressed

stone and slate roofed property built in 1891, offering spacious accommodation which is

ideal for many purposes and presently carrying the existing use designation of D1, together

with the adjoining land which incorporates the Scout Hall. The premises are within a conservation area, but we understand is not a listed building. (Prospective Buyers to make their

own enquiries) 

Accommodation Comprising

  • Entrance

    Double entrance doors leading in to:

  • Vestibule

    9'10 x 8'10

    Tiled floor with recessed door mat. Pine boarded ceiling. Double timber swing doors to main hall.

  • Main Hall

    73' x 26' (including the raised stage area)

    Oak strip flooring. Pine boarded vaulted ceiling with five timber trusses. Exit door to front elevation. Three large electric assisted Sabiana radiators with Ideal Concord CXA gas fired boiler housed in the basement/boiler house. Under stage store.

  • Side Reception Hall

    15'11 x 21'7

    This room has an external door, two doors leading to the main hallway and a four fold timber partition to an adjoining room. Access to ladies and gents toilets.

  • Additional Storage/Back Stage

    13'3 x 16'7

    with steps to side of stage.

  • Kitchen

    14'4 x 13'3

    Range of kitchen base units. Two well stainless steel sink unit. One well stainless steel sink unit. Ceramic hand wash.

  • Ladies Toilets

    (off reception hall) with cloakroom and lobby area with tiled floor. Toilet area with wash hand basin and two WC cubicles.

  • Gents Toilets

    (off side hall) with cloakroom area and toilets with two urinal areas, one WC and wash hand basin and tiled floor.

  • Outside

    The property stands on a fairly small plot, with small forecourt, garden/yard area to the left and the left boundary, back boundary and right boundaries are the main walls. The front forecourt and side area is fenced with stone walls and metal railings with pedestrian access gates.

  • The Property Shall Not Be Used For:

    1) Manufacture, distribution or sale of alcohol 2) Religious use 3) Civil Weddings 4) Immoral, sacrilegious, offensive or noisy purposes; use as a night club or any use associated with the occult. 5) The property shall cease to be called Church House and shall not be called by any name that is associated with the dedication Michael.

  • The Purchaser Agrees:

    1) To be responsible for maintaining the boundaries to the structure. 2) To provide full copies of any planning and conservation area consent application for changes to the property at or prior to the time of submission. 3) Not to alter the boundaries without the vendor’s written agreement. 4) If the property is sold to another party (the acquiring party), the purchaser will enter into a contract with the acquiring party and the Representative Body to the effect that the acquiring party will accept and uphold the covenants contained in the original conveyance and incorporate the same clause in the terms of any contract with any successive purchaser. 5) The purchaser will be responsible for meeting surveyors and solicitors’ fees or any other reasonable costs incurred as a result of any variation, licence or contract relating to any of the above conditions


    At the rear and to the side of the property is the Scout Hall Building leased to the Scout Association with the Church in Wales owning the site. (See plan over leaf) The Scout Association in February 2019 had the lease renewed and briefly the terms of the Lease are: 1) Term—20 years from 28.2.19 to 27.2.39. 2) Rent—£300 per annum—increasing to £500 in 5 years time. 3) The rent can only be increased not reduced at the open market rental at that time and it can only be re-negotiated within 12 months before the renewal date. 4) Should the intending Purchaser be granted Planning Permission for redevelopment then the Church in Wales as part of the Contract would include an uplift clause.


    NB. In accordance with our client’s charitable status (Registered Charity Number: 1142813), the property may remain on the open market until exchange of contracts; our clients reserve the right to consider any other offer which is forthcoming. The property will be sold subject to our clients standards covenants, further details of which are available upon request The property has the right to demolish the wall between the Church House garden, and the Scout Headquarter driveway, and this will then give unrestricted vehicular access through the adjoining Scout Headquarter driveway for parking of vehicles, within the original Church House boundary.

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  • BUILT IN 1891
  • Stone and Slate Roofed Property
  • Spacious Accommodation

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