A former community centre has been put on the market in Plymouth.
Marketed by Mark Slade of Bruton Knowles on behalf of Plymouth Community Homes, the substantial mid-terrace property comprises 5,941 sq ft and would be of particular interest to developers looking to convert the building or occupiers wanting to provide a community-based facility.
Located on Cambridge Road in Plymouth the property was built in 1873. The Gothic style building was previously used by the Ford Wesleyan Sunday School and more recently it was used for the Ford Youth and Community Centre.
Split over two floors, the property includes large open plan rooms on both the ground and first floor.
Mark said: “Subject to the necessary planning consent, this is a great opportunity for builder or developer to bring back to life a building that will give a focal point for the local community or much needed new homes.
“It is one of the areas more prominent buildings and has a long and distinguished history so it’ll be great to see it redeveloped to fit the requirements of what this part of Plymouth needs.”