East Boldon comprises an affluent residential commuter village in the North East region between Sunderland and South Shields, together with the neighbouring high amenity value villages of Cleadon and Whitburn.
The property is situated on the A184, Front Street, surrounded by a cluster of local retailers and the established East Boldon leisure circuit.
The property is within easy access of local facilities, amenities and public transport including the East Boldon Metro link which connects with Sunderland & Newcastle upon Tyne City Centres. The property benefits from convenient road links to the A19 Tyne Tunnel Approach Road which provides further main arterial access into Tyneside, Durham and Teesside within the region.
The property comprises a single storey, predominantly open plan church hall, estimated to date from the late 19th century. The church hall is of traditional construction with solid bonded brick walls, beneath a pitched slate tiled roof covering.
Ancillary accommodation includes: several storage facilities, offices and a large kitchen with modern wall and base units. The property may be suitable for a variety of uses, including development, subject to obtaining necessary planning permission.
The attached main church building is available by separate negotiation.
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The freehold of the property is available for sale at £120,000. The property is listed as a community asset, therefore offers cannot be accepted on the property until 17th July 2022.
All rents, premiums and purchase prices quoted herein are exclusive of VAT. All offers are to be made to Bradley Hall upon this basis, and where silent, offers will be deemed net of VAT.
Each party is to bear their own legal costs involved in the transaction.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
In accordance with the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations the Purchaser/Tenant will be required to provide two forms of identification and proof of the source of income.
For general enquiries and viewing arrangements please contact Helen Wall or Emma Bowater at Bradley Hall.
Tel: 0191 563 4242
Tel: 0191 563 4242