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Presently categorised as commercial premises, located in the heart of Winsford, the Old Village Hall retains original features and was built in the style of a Wesleyan chapel.
The Old Village Hall is situated in the heart of Winsford in a picturesque location next to the River Win and looks across the village green.
Originally built as a chapel, the property is believed to have been used as a village hall and meeting place from around the 1930s to the early 1990s. After this it was used as an art gallery for some time.
We believe the property is currently categorsised as Class Use F1 (learning and non-residential institutions) and provides potential for change of use to retail, office or residential use, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The current owner has recently made repairs to the structure of the building including repairing windows and door, as well as internal repairs and a new roof. Internally, the property comprises 35 sq m and retains many original features
Winsford is a pretty village which lies in the heart of the Exmoor National Park just 5 miles north-west of Dulverton and around 10 miles south-west of Minehead. There is an active friendly community with many clubs and societies run in the area together with a computer centre, Church, auto parts and repair garage, village hall, shop and Post Office, The Royal Oak Inn and tea room.
From Dulverton proceed north along the A396 and turn left after approx 7 miles towards Winsford. Upon entering the centre of the village the property will be seen on the left by the village ford.