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Lot - The Old Chapel, Kings Road, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1EW Auction Lot £85,000+ - Auction Estates

Kings Road, Newark, NG24 1EW

Guide Price: £85,000+


Key Features

  • Freehold former social club offered with full vacant possession
  • Approximately 3,916 sq ft in the heart of Newark town centre
  • Versatile space suitable for a range of uses (STP)
Draft Details Only

Freehold former social club adjacent to Morrison's in the heart of Newark town centre.

• Former Staythorpe Sports & Social Club
• Approximately 363.98 sq m (3,916 sq ft)
• Main hall, function room, lounge bar
• Counter servery to rear, games room, ale cellar
• Ladies/Gents WC's & side yard
• Versatile space suitable for a range of uses (STP)
• Adjacent to Morrison, close to Newark's market place
• A short walk from the mainline Railway Station
• Rare freehold opportunity
• Old Chapel is not a listed building (Historic England)


Interested parties should refer to the Special Conditions of Sale for confirmation of whether VAT is applicable to the sale price.


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Important Notices


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Conditions of Sale

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The purchaser will also be deemed to have read and understood the auction conduct notes printed within the sale catalogue.

Freehold with vacant possession


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