Historic building in Little Downham to go under the hammer
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A FORMER Sunday school and chapel in Little Downham is going under the hammer next week.
Auctioneer and estate agents Cheffins has put a guide price of between £50,000-£60,000 on the Main Street property, believed to date back to the 19th century.
It is due to be sold at the firm’s quarterly land and property auction next Wednesday from 2pm at Clifton House in Cambridge.
In its listing, Cheffins describes the building as a “detached brick building under an abestos slate roof and offers potential for conversion to alternative uses (subject to planning).
“Situated on a corner plot with dual road frontage in a central position within the village of Little Downham it has most recently been used as a chapel and place of worship.”
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The total floorspace of the property extends to almost 100sq m and includes the main hall, lobby, cloak room, utility area and kitchen.
Call 01223 213777 for more details or visit www. Cheffins.co.uk.
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