Closed Churches Available for Disposal

Smallbridge St John

St John's was built in 1834 of local stone under a pitched slate roof. The architect was Lewis Vulliamy, of the famous clock-making family, who used a simple Gothic 'preaching box' design with an eight bay nave and three sided gallery. The church sits within a large churchyard to the north-east of Rochdale town centre.

This Grade II listed building would be suitable for a variety of commercial activities including children's nursery, educational uses and as a surgery or clinical/medical centre. The local authority has indicated that A2 and B1 office uses would also be considered, as would a possible residential conversion. The property offers 3635 sq.ft. of internal floor space.

Offers in the region of £120,000 are invited.

Manchester

Smallbridge, Rochdale, Lancashire

Smallbridge St John

SD 913 513

Contact details

Peter Townley

Longden and Cook Commercial 32 The Crescent Salford Manchester

M5 4PF

0161 737 0111

pt@longdenandcook.co.uk