Renovation Project: Church Hall – Isle of Wight

19 Jul
July 19, 2012

An opportunity not to be missed to buy a Church Hall on the Isle of Wight. For sale by Public Auction on July 26th 2012 at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton (Home of Hampshire Cricket).

This splendid Grade II Listed Victorian building is situated in the village of Bonchurch on the edge of the larger town of Ventnor. We believe this to be the first time that the property has been offered for sale having previously served as the village school and in more recent times as the church hall.

The Cottage requires general modernisation and upgrading as does the adjoining hall but has great prospect and potential and lends itself to many projects subjects to obtaining the various and necessary consents. The property has gardens on three sides including a tree planted in 1969 by the late Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Governor of the Isle of Wight.

The approach to both the cottage and adjoining hall is via a concreted path which runs through the mature gardens. The gardens are lovely and incorporate lawned areas together with mature trees and bushes. The surrounding areas and the views are delightfully wooded and offer a real peaceful and tranquil setting. The Church House has its own private enclosed garden again with a small lawn all surrounded by mature trees. There is a small timber pergola area with paving slab stone floor together with space for table and chairs. A substantial natural stone wall borders the garden with the church grounds beyond. Further access to the rear of the property where there is a courtyard area again featuring the natural stone wall of the church.

Guide: £350,000 – £400,000

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