Yeovil Foyer and Former Trinity Church, Peter Street, Yeovil,
Auction Guide Price +++ £100,000
LOT NUMBER 46
Yeovil Foyer and Former Trinity Church, Peter Street, Yeovil, BA20 1PN
FOR SALE BY LIVE ONLINE AUCTION
Lot Number 46
The Live Online Auction is on Wednesday 29th July at 18:00
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Yeovil Foyer ( 12,391 Sq Ft ) is a landmark detached property in the town centre and comprises the former Holy Trinity Church ( Grade II Listed ) which most recently accommodated office, catering and meeting space and a modern extension to the rear ( Foyer Building) comprising of a 33 bed cluster block ( circa 1995) designed as a young persons residential scheme.
Freehold and Sold with vacant position.
FORMER CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY
The Church was erected in 1846 by Benjamin Ferrey and is Grade II listed. The main walls are of solid stone externally faced with Ham stone ashlar under a pitched Welsh slated roof with flat roof sections. The cruciform plan consist of 4-bays to nave,
with added North and South aisles there is no Chancel tower, but a small turret to the West end, all predominantly in a 13th Century Gothic style. The building has been sympathetically converted, we understand by Boon Brown Architects, to provide the current use while retaining much of the buildings historic character. It was recently occupied ( bit now vacant ) providing administration and support services with ancillary staff space; including meeting rooms and an informal communal Cafe’ area.
The development was constructed in the mid 1990s and consists of principally 2 blocks of 3 storey construction and provides approximately 33 cluster bedrooms, approached via an inner court yard and form open external timber staircases. The buildings are of traditional modern block render or stone faced to the road frontage.
Externally there is a private parking area adjacent to the church and accessed from South Street and grounds to the front and side with independent access to both buildings.
The building stands on a compact site which has a building to site ratio of about 80:20 with a total area circa 0.32 acre
The Land Use Gazetteer, a comprehensive guide to land uses and their use classes, defines Homeless (temporary accommodation) Hostel and Local Authority Hostels for Homeless as “Sui-Generis” a use that does not fall within any defined use class. We are unable to confirm the planning use of the Former church but it may also be “Sui-Generis” or possible B1 office use.
The site is approached from Peter Street to the north and South Street to the south close to central Yeovil and adjacent to a public car park, accessible to a range of local shops and amenities.
Yeovil is a town and civil parish in south Somerset, England, with a population of 45,000. The town lies within the local district of South Somerset, situated at the southern boundary of Somerset, 130 miles (210 km) from London, 40 miles (64 km) south of Bristol and 30 miles (48 km) from Taunton.
This vacant Grade II listed property offers a wide range of both residential and commercial uses subject to gaining the necessary consents.
We suggest buyers investigate either a residential or commercial scheme with a focus on the income potential of the 33 bed cluster flat ( Foyer ) and the use of the Former Church for B1 offices etc.
*** PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW ***
RESTRICTIONS AND IMPORTANT POINTS TO BE AWARE
There are a number of possible uses some of which may be impacted by restrictive covenants and 3rd Party negotiations.
The property is sold subject to these restrictions.
The vendor will not enter into any negotiations to have these removed and buyers must rely on their own investigation and conclusions on possible use.
FORMER CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY
ST124813 – “Holy Trinity Church” which comprises the church building transferred by the Church Commissioners on 3rd November 1995
There is a restriction preventing it from being used for anything other than “residential and community use”, including use by the public of the café and meeting room areas
There is a restriction preventing the demolition of any buildings on the land
There is a covenant requiring us to erect and forever maintain a prominent notice board of a size and type to be approved by the church indicating that the property is used for the residential and community use” referred above
There is a restriction preventing us from making any structural or architectural changes unless they have first been approved by the church
There is a restriction preventing us from moving the monument without the permission of the church
You are not allowed to remove any of the stained glass windows without the permission of the church
The entrance road to the car park forming part of this title is subject to a right of way in favour of a neighbouring property 17 South Street, which owns the land comprising 6 car parking spaces on the right hand side of our access road from South Street.
ST106935 – “Land on the north side of South Street” ( Foyer Building ) which comprises the land which was transferred by South Somerset District Council on 7th March 1994
There is a restriction not to use the land for anything other than as open space or for the provision of residential accommodation with associated recreational and training facilities for persons between the ages of 16 and 27 years
There is a restriction on us selling or letting part only of the land for general residential purposes other than associated with the provision of accommodation to the client group referred above
ST159769 – “Land on the north side of South Street” (access road into the car park)
The entire land in this title is subject to the right of way in favour of a neighbouring property (as referred above)
Full details on this and any other restrictions can be found with the online legal pack.
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