A large town centre property with character? That’s certainly the case with the Salem Chapel in Pwllheli, North Wales.
It’s huge – and not far from the coast either, sat right in the shopping heart of this tourist town on the Llyn Peninsula. It’s also grade II-listed, which might well impact on what you can actually do with it.
The building has chapel and a couple of vestry rooms, the former with pine seating, fixed furniture and a pipe organ. There’s also a school room, minister’s room, kitchen, first floor smaller kitchen, toilets, study rooms, three rear storerooms, a boiler room, extensive private parking (which is limited in the town) and an enclosed yard with stores.
In a way, it’s sad to think it has to go, with all the history within. Although that listing will ensure not too much is changed by the new owner. If that’s you, you’ll need to pay around £270,000. Make a great (and quirky) gig venue or theatre, that’s for sure.
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