The property comprises a former Methodist church with a variety of ancillary space. The building is estimated to be about 200 years old. It is of traditional construction with walls built partly in brick and partly in stone under a blue-slated pitched roof. There is no vehicular access into the site.

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The property stands in the village of Woodlesford situated about 6 miles southeast of Leeds City Centre and close to the town of Rothwell. There is easy access to the motor way network. There is a railway station situated in the village. The immediate locality comprises residential property with public houses and retail shops within proximity.

The property benefits from all mains services and gas fired central heating is installed. Please note that neither service connection or any appliances have or will be tested prior to completion.

The property has up until recently been used as a church. The purchaser should make their own enquiries or Leeds City Council planning department as to any proposed uses.


We believe the property to be freehold.

Our client advises that VAT is not chargeable on this transaction. Your legal advisors should verify.

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