A 182-year-old chapel at Trefonen near Oswestry is to be sold at a public auction later this month, complete with its existing vestry, chapel room and interior.
Carneddau Chapel remains as it was when it closed its doors to parishioners for the last time.
And now the freehold of the property is to be sold at Morris, Marshall and Poole’s Autumn Property Auction on Thursday, 25th September at Welshpool.
“Carneddau Chapel was a working chapel up until recently and it retains its original character, but it has the potential to be converted into a home, subject to planning permission,” said Andrew Turner, Partner at estate and land agents, Morris Marshall and Poole.
“It retains its original character with its porch, inner lobby and vestry, as well as the main chapel room.”
The chapel, with a guide price of £30,000 is among 17 lots being sold at the Autumn Property Auction to be held at Welshpool Livestock Sales on Thursday, 25th September.
Other properties include homes, a former primary school, a woodland and agricultural land in Shropshire and Mid Wales.
Meanwhile, at the same auction bidders could buy their very own piece of Welsh woodland with the sale of a 1.4 acre wood off Bachie Road near Llanfyllin.
The land has a guide price of £20,000 and is among 17 lots that include former chapels, houses and farmland.
The Autumn Property Auction will take place at 2pm on Thursday, 25th September at Welshpool Livestock Sales, Buttington Cross, near Welshpool. More details can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk.
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