Old St. Marks Church, Huddersfield Road, Low Moor, BD12
Dating back to the 1860's St. Marks Church has been internally converted into six individual and totally unique properties with a seventh one pending. Having a proven rental income and providing a good yield this really is an exciting investment opportunity and an early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality of the conversion.
A rare opportunity to purchase an interesting investment property, St Marks Church is a Grade II listed building that has been carefully converted into individual properties that cleverly combine many of the original features with everything required for modern living. Having a proven rental income, it is an exciting proposition for anyone looking to increase their property portfolio.
The Rose Wing
A spacious three-bedroom property with a large kitchen/diner and separate lounge area, further large office or games room all on the ground floor. Spiral staircases to the first-floor bedrooms with the master having en-suite facilities. Two of the bedrooms have separate adjoining dressing rooms on the ground floor. A further separate staircase leads to a large first floor living room with a magnificent original rose feature window.
Sharing a lobby entrance with The Rose Wing, The Sanctuary offers the flexibility of either one or two bedrooms. On the ground floor the spacious well-appointed kitchen has a modern fitted kitchen with a useful centre island. The living room is of generous proportions with a raised dining area and a spiral staircase to the first floor. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is a study/office currently used as a home gym that would make an ideal second bedroom. The first-floor balcony provides access to both the bathroom and a double bedroom.
The Mallinson Wing
Delightfully positioned to the front right of the church and entered through a lobby entrance the property has three bedrooms to the first floor, bedroom one having en-suite facilities and bedroom two has a Jack and Jill bathroom. A spiral staircase connects the first-floor bedrooms to a large open plan living room and dining kitchen on the ground floor.
Enjoying a front and central position with accommodation arranged over three floors and two double bedrooms. A cleverly designed atrium allows natural light to all three floors including the spacious open plan living room and dining kitchen on the ground floor.
The West End
Having accommodation arranged over three floors the property has three bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, the master bedroom enjoys the whole of the top floor and benefits from having a dressing room. To the ground floor the spacious living kitchen provides access to a separate utility room and WC.
Enjoying a spectacular private entrance atrium with a large living room and generous kitchen area to the ground floor. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, bedrooms one and two are on the first floor and the master bedroom occupies the whole of the second floor and benefits from a separate dressing room.
An opportunity to add a seventh property to the existing six, with accommodation arranged over three floors a reverse layout has been suggested with two en-suite bathrooms to the first floor and the living room and separate kitchen to the second floor.
Low Moor has a good range of local shops and amenities and the property is conveniently positioned less than one mile from Low Moor train station which has regular services to most major cities and towns including Leeds (25 minutes), Bradford, Halifax (both less than 10 minutes).
Would interested parties please note that due to the unique nature of the conversion there is an element of overlap by some units across floor levels within the conversion. Please refer to the floorplans.
From Junction 26 (Chain Bar) of the M62 motorway follow signs for Low Moor and stay on Bradford Road as it becomes Cleckheaton Road. Just after Victoria Park turn left onto New Works Road and follow this road to the T junction at the end. Turn right onto the A641 and almost immediately turn left onto the B6379 Huddersfield Road and the church is positioned to your left.