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The Church of St Oswald, Main Street, Dunham on Trent

Price on application

OFFERS INVITED
A Grade I Listed Church situated off the main street (A57) in this Trentside village.
Suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning and all necessary consents/approvals.
Approximate ground floor area 2,120sqft (197.0m²).

DESCRIPTION
The Church of St Oswald is a prominent Grade I Listed Church of 15th Century origin; with the exception of the tower the Church was rebuilt in 1862. The construction is of ashlar and slate roofs with numerous interesting architectural features.

Approximate floor area 2,120sqft (197.0m²).

LOCATION
The Church of St Oswald is situated on the eastern side of the village of Dunham on Trent set back from the main street (A57) close to the toll bridge over the Ri…

OFFERS INVITED
A Grade I Listed Church situated off the main street (A57) in this Trentside village.
Suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning and all necessary consents/approvals.
Approximate ground floor area 2,120sqft (197.0m²).

DESCRIPTION
The Church of St Oswald is a prominent Grade I Listed Church of 15th Century origin; with the exception of the tower the Church was rebuilt in 1862. The construction is of ashlar and slate roofs with numerous interesting architectural features.

Approximate floor area 2,120sqft (197.0m²).

LOCATION
The Church of St Oswald is situated on the eastern side of the village of Dunham on Trent set back from the main street (A57) close to the toll bridge over the River Trent. It lies at the eastern end of Church Walk off The Green.

Durham on Trent is a modest village within this area presently boasting facilities including primary school, modern village hall, recreation ground and a public house. Bisected by the A57 the village enjoys good communication links through to Lincoln in the east, Newark and Retford in the west. The road network also links easily to the A1 from which the A1M and wider motorway network are available.

Both Retford and Newark have mainline railway stations on the London to Edinburgh Intercity Link (London King's Cross approx. 1 hour 30 minutes from Retford). Air travel is feasible via international airports of Doncaster Sheffield Robin Hood and Nottingham East Midlands.

Leisure amenities and educational facilities (both state and independent) are well catered for.

DIRECTIONS
Leaving the A1 at Markham Moor take the A57 sign posted Lincoln. After passing through the village of Darlton enter Dunham on Trent, proceed through the village and the Church will be found on the right hand side at the base of the toll bridge over the River Trent.

The Green is the last turning in the village on the right hand side with Church Walk being the first turning off The Green on the left.

TENURE & POSSESSION
The property is understood to be freehold and will be offered for sale with vacant possession.

TERMS
Offers are invited on a conditional basis. The conditions of sale and information pack are available from the selling agents website www.brown-co.com

SERVICES
Mains electricity is believed to be connected. Mains drainage and mains water are not connected. Interested parties are expressly advised to make all necessary enquiries into the availability of services including electricity and any cost of connection thereto.

PLANNING
The Church of St Oswald's has potential for various uses and an informal Planning & Conservation Statement has been agreed with the Local Planning Authority and English Heritage (available in the information pack). The Church currently falls within Class D1 (non-residential institutions) of the Town & Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) which includes the following uses:-
Clinics, Health Centres, Creches, Day Nurseries, Day Centres, Schools, Art Galleries (other than for sale or hire), Museums, Libraries, Halls, Places of Worship, Church Halls, Law Court.
Non-residential Education & Training Centre.

Prospective purchasers are expressly advised to consider the informal Planning & Conservation Statement and contact the Local Planning Authority, particularly the Conservation Team directly to discuss their proposals.

The Church of St Oswald is Grade I Listed. There are also two Grade II Listed gateways which may or may not be included within the sale. Inclusion and any amendment/relocation for example in the pursuit of vehicular access is likely to form part of any conditional offer submitted.

LOCAL PLANING AUTHORITY
Bassetlaw District Council, Queen's Buildings, Potter Street, Worksop, S80 2AH. Telephone 01909 533533.

CONDITIONS OF SALE
The property will be sold subject to conditions designed to prevent inappropriate uses of the site. The information pack includes draft covenants

FURTHER INFORMATION
An information pack containing the following details is available on the selling agents website - brown-co.com
•Draft Covenants
•Bassetlaw District Council (Local Planning Authority) Planning & Conservation Statement
•New Uses for Closed Church Buildings (guidance from the Church Commissioners for purchasers)
•Critical Information Summary - Statutory Advisory Committee
•Informed Change Assessment - Statutory Advisory Committee

VIEWING
Viewing is strictly by appointment only, please contact the sole selling agents, Brown & Co on 01777 712946

CONTACT
To discuss any aspect of this sale please contact Jeremy Baguley MRICS on 01777 712946 or via email at jeremy.baguley@brown-co.com

HOURS OF BUSINESS
Monday to Friday - 9am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm

Particulars prepared in October 2014.

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