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Cheltenham chapel up for sale with £1.15m price tag

A 19th century chapel close to Cheltenham town centre has been put on the market with planning permission to turn it into a boutique 12-bedroom hotel or apartments.

The Grade-II listed Chapel Spa, which is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, is situated on the southern edge of North Place car park.

With the benefit of two separate planning applications permitted for the site, purchasers will have the opportunity to turn the building into eight apartments or a 12-bedroom spa hotel.

There is also the potential to create two further apartments within the roof space subject to further planning approval.

The site stopped being used as a place of worship in the 1980s and lay empty until 1994 when it was first transformed into the Rock Gym, complete with a climbing wall.

In was converted into a spa in 2001 and if its new owners decide to move forward with the permitted hotel plans, a spa is set to remain post-conversion for use by the hotel's guests.

With the internal floor space covering 6,876 sq. ft, externally there are also eight parking spaces available adjacent to the building.

Advertised by agents Frank Knight and Alder King, Chapel Spa is available for sale as a freehold interest with vacant possession for £1.15million.

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