The property comprises a single storey Chapel which originally dates from the early 1930s, although much of the building itself is a 1960s addition with only the front hallway remaining of the original building. It is of structural brick construction beneath a pitched, slate roof, the majority of which has been overclad with corrugated steel profile sheets. Fenestration throughout comprises uPVC framed casement units with double glazing. The Church is accessed via double doors from a single entrance at the corner of Boundary Road and The Crescent, although the site has frontages to both streets.
Internally, the property comprises an entrance lobby, from where there are male and female toilets on either side of the main access into the church. The main hall provides a clear open worship / meeting area having a suspended timber floor with carpet covering and plastered and
painted walls rising to an artex ceiling.
To the rear of the main worship hall is a secondary hall and meeting space. This is similarly decorated. To the right of the main halls are an office, kitchen and ancillary store room. These also have a suspended timber floor with carpet surfacing in the main and save for the store room the specification is similar to the main hall.
The kitchen has been fitted with a range of base units with an inset sink and drainer alongside a dishwasher and fridge.
The specification is basic but functional, dating back to the 1980s and is nearing the end of its economic life. Most purchasers would seek to replace this with modern fixtures and fittings.
Externally, the property sits centrally within an unusual triangular shaped site. There is a small block paved forecourt to the corner of The Crescent and Boundary Road with the remainder of the site laid to lawn. The boundary is demarcated by steel perimeter fencing. To the
Eastern boundary is an adjacent community children’s play area.