- A former Church of England hall and meeting room with offices, together with garden and grounds situated in an elevated position with far-reaching views to the rear and suitable for a number of uses.
The Lambert Rooms, 8 Mount Pleasant, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire have been used as a church meeting room, nursery and various other social events until recently. It comprises a period Bath stone building at the front to the publicly adopted highway with, to the rear, a hall. Conversion works took place many years ago to provide ladies' and gents' w.cs., there is a kitchen, a store and two meeting rooms on the first floor with garden and grounds to the rear.
Currently the property falls under Use Class D1 which allows for clinics, health centres, creches, non-residential education and training centres, public halls and places of worship etc. The hall has more recently been used for day care but is now largely redundant.
Entrance vestibule. Ladies' and gents' WC. Kitchen, store and main hall totalling an approximate gross internal area of 106m.
Two rooms, totalling an approximate gross internal area of 40m.
There is gas fired central heating to radiators.
Externally, the gardens are to the side and rear and comprise mostly lawn with pathways.
Should the purchaser or their successors in title wish to change the use of the property to an alternative other than Use Class D1, the vendors will require 50% of the uplift in the value attributable to the enhancement of value as a result of the alternative use and this will be enforced by virtue of an overage clause.
We understand the property is not currently subject to VAT. We recommend that prospective buyers establish the VAT position.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected. None of the services or fittings within the building have been tested by the agent.
Energy performance - this property has a rating of 57.
Available strictly through the sole agents, Martin Walker Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors on 01380 730200.