£65,000 Guide price
Former chapel with FULL planning permission to convert to a 5 BEDROOM residential property. Located within the heart of the popular village of Darvel, this project has the makings of a stunning family home within a generous plot. Plans &Drawings are available from our sales offices. Retains many period features throughout. The property comprises: Main Hall 46'7" x 31'6" (14.2m x 9.6m), Kitchen 23'11" x 14'5" (7.3m x 4.4m), Store room 13'9" x 12'10" (4.2m x 3.91m), 2nd Store 12'6" x 6'3" (3.8m x 1.9m) and WC 12'10" X 6'3" (3.91m X 1.9m). Super development property with realistic guide and reserve price to ensure auction sale. The former "Our Lady of the Valley Church" was built by secedes in 1874 and closed in 1927. There were various users of the building, e.g. Girl Guides, until early 1950s when it again lay empty. Purchased in mid-1960s by Darvel Parish Church and used as a church hall. Private gardens/ground to the front of the property. The property retains a number of original character features and lies within a convenient location within the village, within walking distance to all amenities. Darvel has a population of around 3,500 persons and lies around 10 miles east of Kilmarnock. The M74 lies approximately 18 miles east of the town. IDEAL DISCOUNTED INVESTMENT. Darvel is located on the A71 which runs between Irvine and Edinburgh and is within easy commuting distance of Kilmarnock (10 miles), Ayr (21miles) and Glasgow (30 miles). Easy access to both the M77 and the M74 Motorways
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