19th Century Chapel Prays for New Lease of Life

Posted on 20th December 2010

A former 19th Century chapel has come up for sale in Preston. The Norman-styled chapel on St Mary’s Street was constructed in the 1800’s and has most recently been used as a printers. The two storey property is 5,613 sq ft and has current planning permission for light industrial usage, but a variety of other options can be explored with Preston City Council.

Danny Pinkus, Partner at Robert Pinkus & Co. said, “It is an interesting building which, with some vision and refurbishment holds a vast amount of potential that could be used for a wide range of uses. In its current state, it is a self-contained business unit that offers excellent transportation links, being situated just ½ a mile from Preston city centre in a busy commercial location and just 3 miles from junction 31 of the M6.”

The chapel features integral office accommodation over both floors, open plan storage and workshop accommodation, kitchen facilities and parking for approximately five vehicles. The freehold interest is offered for sale at £275,000. Interested parties should contact Danny Pinkus on 01772 769000 or email danny@pinkus.co.uk


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