£150,000+ (Guide price)
The property is a single storey detached building comprising Christ Church and an attached Church Hall.
The Church was built in 1951. The exact age of the church hall is unclear. We estimate it was built in the 1960’s.
The church is of rendered brick construction under a pitched roof with a covering of manmade slates. The
windows are timber single glazed.
The church hall is a pre-fabricated type building. Externally there is timber cladding. The roof is pitched
with a covering of mineral felt. The windows are timber single glazed. There is parking space to the front of the
The property occupies a generally level corner site at the junction of the B6345 Acklington Road and the B1330. Broomhill is a small village in mid Northumberland approximately 2.5 miles to the south east of Amble. The A1068 is a short distance to the east. This provides access to Amble to north and to Ashington to the south.
• Freehold Former Church & Church Hall
• Floor Area 160 sq. m. (1,726 sq. ft.)
• Site Area 0.0717 hectares (0.1771 acres)
• Estimated Built 1951
• Prominent Corner Position
• Ample Parking
• Suitable for a Varity of Uses STPP
Property details provided by Rook Matthews Sayer
EPC rating: N/A
Council Tax band: N/A
Tenure : Freehold
For Sale By Auction www.agentspropertyauction.com LIVE ONLINE AUCTION 28 September 2023 OPTION 1
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Details awaiting vendors approval.
£270,000+ (Guide price)
4 Bedrooms •1 Bathrooms •1 Receptions