Place of Worship for saleCarntyne Road, Glasgow, G32
760 sq. m.
- 8,180 sq ft (760 sq m)
- Use class orders: D1 Non-Residential Institutions
Substantial former Church and Halls occupying a salient location at the junction of Carntyne Road and Glencorse Street, Glasgow. This detached single storey Church and Hall with pitched timber roof was built in 1937 and is of relatively standard ecclesiastic design and layout of a Church from that era. There is a grand main area of worship, session room, vestry, WC's and store rooms, with a modest gallery area creating an upper floor. To the rear lies two halls with further WC's and storage areas.
The surrounding area is predominantly residential and is serviced by a large number of amenities including shops, schools and doctors surgeries. Regular bus routes provide access to Glasgow City Centre, which is just 3.5 miles away. Carntyne Railway station is a 15 minute walk from the property offering links to greater Scotland. The property lies within a short distance of the M8 motorway network providing excellent road links in all directions.
The Church and Halls are serviced by mains supplied water, gas and electricity, with drainage next to the main public sewer system. Space heating is provided through radiators and hot water piping. Hot water is provided by over-sink electric instantaneous water heaters.
The property is Category C listed and falls within Class 10 of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) (Scotland) Order 1997.
EPC Rating - E
Viewing by appointment through the Church of Scotland Law Department on 0131 240 2263
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