The Methodist Church was constructed in 1866 is of brick elevations under a slate roof with a modern flat roof rear extension believed to date from 1975. The accommodation includes an entrance lobby, church with full height ceiling, meeting room, small kitchen, WC and side hall. There is land to the front and two sides. The property is suitable for uses within use Class D1 which is as follows:
Class D1. Non residential institutions- any use not including a residential use A)For the provision of any medical or health services except the use of premises attached to the residents of the consultant or practitioner B)As a creche, day nursery or day centre C)For the provision of education D)For the display of works of art (otherwise and for sale or hire) E)As a museum F)As a public library or public reading room G)As a public hall or exhibition hall H)For, or in connection with, public worship or religious instruction
Location Dry Drayton is a popular village about 6 miles to the north west of Cambridge. Amenities within the village include village hall and a primary school. Shopping is available at the nearby village of Bar Hill.
Agent's notes The land shown hatched blue on the plan (measuring 49ft x 30ft) is currently used by the primary school as part of their playing field.
The whole property is being sold subject to an uplift clause. In the event that planning permission for change of use on any of the land, is either obtained and acted upon or the land is sold with the benefit of such consent, then a secondary consideration payment at 25% on the increase in value over the existing use value shall be payable to the seller. For the purposes of this development uplift clause, the existing use value of the land shall be taken to be the purchase price of the property as being sold by Redmayne Arnold & Harris. This uplift clause will be for a period of 21 years from the purchase of the property