The property comprises a purpose-built Methodist church, comprising a rebuilt church hall to the main frontage. Internally, there is a small first floor gallery with fitted wooden pews which overlooks the main double-height church hall with an in-built organ and two small rooms at first floor either side of the gallery. To the rear of the main church is the original Victorian building, which is single storey and comprises toilets, a vestry, classroom, kitchen, activity hall, scout room and store. There is a surface tarmacadam car park to the front of the building with access directly off Green Lanes with parking for up to ten cars. The accommodation has mostly plastered and painted walls and ceilings throughout.
The property is served by mains electricity, gas, water and drainage services.
The property is located in Winchmore Hill within the London Borough of Enfield, on Green Lanes, close to its’ junction with Eaton Park Road. The subject premises are situated in a predominantly residential area surrounded by other amenities with a small parade of shops directly opposite. Further north on Green Lanes, there is a Sainsbury’s superstore, a Starbucks and a Waitrose.
Public transport connections are good with the property being within 0.7 mile from Winchmore Hill Station and 0.9 mile from Palmers Green Station, providing access to the Southern and Great Northern Railway lines. The travel time into London Kings Cross Station is approximately 30 minutes. The immediate location is also well served by the local network of buses.
We understand that the property has planning permission for its current religious use within class D1 (Non-residential institutions) of the Use Classes Order.
The property is located within the London Borough of Enfield. The property is not listed as a building of special architectural or historic interest nor is it situated within a Conservation Area.