Detailed Planning Consent for Conversion to Dwelling.
Stands in sizeable Gardens and Grounds.
Vehicular access to grounds which would allow for Off Road Parking.
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Sion Chapel is an attractive, Detached Listed Grade II Building which stands in a convenient location in this popular village and having the benefit of Detailed Planning Consent for Conversion into a 2 storey Residence in accordance with the attached Detailed Plans. The Property stands in sizable Gardens and Grounds and has the benefit of Vehicular access onto Chapel Road which would allow for Off Road Vehicle Parking space. Chapel Properties of this nature together with Full Planning are few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
Sion Chapel comprises a Detached traditionally constructed building of solid stone with rendered and coloured elevations under a pitched composition slate roof. Accommodation is as follows:-
Double Wooden Doors To:-
With quarry tiled floor, two staircases to first floor, Pitch Pine timber clad walls, stained glass window and two doors to:-
Chapel (8.31m x 7.32m maximum (27'3" x 24'0" maximum))
With a Pitch Pine pulpit, Pitch Pine seating, 6 windows, 9 ceiling lights, 3 electric wall heaters and electricity meter and fuse boxes.
Galleried Area (9.12m x 7.32m maximum 'u' shaped (29'11" x 24'0" m)
With fitted Pitch Pine seating, ceiling lights and two sash windows.
There is a stone walled forecourt to the Property with ornamental stone areas and double wrought iron gates. To the side of the Property and approached via a galvanised field gate is a Lawned area which would allow for Off Road Vehicle Parking. To the rear and the other side of the Property are further Lawned areas. Outside Water Tap and an Outside Electric Light . The entire Property is bounded by a stone/slate wall.
In addition there is a Former Stable/Stone Barn of stone construction with a grouted slate roof. The Stable has an approximate internal measurement of 13' 9" x 7' 1" (4.19m x 2.16m) and has a pedestrian door. Adjoining is a Cart House/Barn 13' 9" x 9' (4.19m x 2.74m) with double wooden doors.
The Property has a frontage of approximately 80 feet onto Chapel Road and a maximum depth of approximately 70 feet. The boundaries of the entire Property are coloured red on a Plan to the Scale of 1/2500 which is available at the Fishguard Office.
Detail Planning Consent has been granted to convert and extend the Chapel in accordance with the attached Detailed Plans to provide 3 Bedroom and 2 Bathroom Accommodation. As well as having Detail Planning Consent the Property also has the benefit of Building Regulations Consent as well as having all Mains Services either connected or available for connection in the immediate vicinity of the Property.
Mains Electricity connected. Mains Water is currently disconnected from the outside water tap. Mains Drainage manhole connection to the Property which is situated in the northern most corner of the plot.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.
Capel Sion (Sion Chapel) is a Listed Grade II Building. A copy of the listing entry is available at the Fishguard Office. Record number 15194.
Capel Sion (Sion Chapel) is an attractive Listed Grade II stone building which stands in a delightful location in this popular village and having the benefit of Detailed Planning Consent as well as Building Regulation Consent for conversion into a 3 Bedroom/2 Bathroom Residence. The Property stands in good sized Lawned gardens and has the benefit of a field gate access onto Chapel Road which would allow for Off Road Vehicle Parking Space. Properties of this nature are few and far between and early inspection is strongly advised. Realistic Price Guide.
From Fishguard take the Main A40 road south for some 2 miles and in the village of Scleddau take the turning on the right of the crossroads (adjacent to The Gate Inn) into Chapel Road. Continue on this road for 150 yards or so and Capel Sion is situated on the left hand side of the road. A 'For Sale' Board is erected on site. Alternatively from Haverfordwest take the Main A40 road north for some 12 miles and in the village of Scleddau take the turning on the left of the crossroads (adjacent to The Gate Inn) into Chapel Road. Follow directions as above.
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