The 150-year-old Macclesfield church that is UP FOR SALE right now

By Alex Greensmith

8th Jul 2023 | Local News

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A Macclesfield church which has just turned 150 years old, could be yours for less money than the average price of a four-bedroom house.

St George's Street Baptist Church is on the market for offers above £400,000.

The Victorian church and its community hall - fit for gatherings fo 80 people - come as one big package.

Estate agents Rapleys claim it is "suitable for a variety of uses" and is except from business rates being a place of worship.

The property spans 4,827 sq ft, and comes with an equipped kitchen, garden and 12 rooms across two floors.

To view more pictures of the property click HERE and to make an enquiry please click HERE.

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