ON THE INSTRUCTIONS OF PORTSMOUTH ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE
FOR SALE IN TWO LOTS
Offers invited in the region of £200,000
Offers invited in the region of £150,000
Niton Chapel is believed to date from around the 18th Century and is built of local stone under slate roof. Prior to being used as a Chapel it is thought that the building was used as an agricultural building or barn. Planning Consent has been obtained to convert the building into a three-bedroom family home, (see Planning below).
Niton Chapel is situated fronting Rectory Road, Niton, close to the centre of the village, local store, post office and The White Lion public house.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Heating is currently provided by electric storage heaters.
Planning consent has been obtained to convert the Chapel into a 3 bedroom family home with parking for two cars and visitor parking to the rear. Full details of the planning approval are available from Isle of Wight Council (Planning Reference P/01361/16).
Tenure and Price
This site is roughly rectangular in shape extending to approximately 0.08 hectares (0.2 acres). Formerly the grounds to the Chapel, the land has Full Planning Consent for the construction of a pair of two-bedroom semi-detached dwellings, (see planning below).
The land is situated off Rectory Road, Niton, located to the rear of Niton Chapel, close to the centre of the village, local store, post office and The White Lion public house.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are thought to be available to the site but prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to confirm details.
Planning consent has been obtained for the development of a pair of 2 bedroom semi-detached houses with integral garage and parking. Full details of the planning approval are available from Isle of Wight Council (Planning Reference P/01362/16).
Tenure and Price
The Chapel and the Residential Development Land are being offered for sale as separate Lots but our clients will also consider offers to purchase the two lots as whole.
The land edged red on the plan below and includes, The Chapel building and garden immediately to the rear, two parking spaces and 1 visitor’s parking space. Access rights will be granted over the shared driveway.
The land edged blue on the plan below including the access road. Rights of Way in favour of the Chapel to access the parking areas to the rear will be included within the conveyance. If lots 1 and 2 are sold separately the conveyance will include an obligation for the purchaser of lot 2 to construct the access road and visitor’s car parking space for the Chapel.
Daniells Harrison Chartered Surveyors
17 High Street
Isle of Wight
Misrepresentation Act 1967 - Whilst all information in these particulars is believed to be correct, neither the agents nor their clients, guarantee its accuracy, nor is it intended to form part of a contract. All areas quoted are approximate
Property Misdescriptions Act 1991 (Service and Planning) – We confirm that we have not tested any of the service installations and any occupiers must satisfy themselves as the state of such items. Any plans include with these particulars are provided only to indicate the general location of the property. Any occupiers must check the stated Planning Use with the relevant Planning Office to ensure that it is in accordance with their intended use.