Church, hall and ancillary accommodation
Designed over ground floor, with gallery to main worship area
Potential to split to form separately accessed buildings
Suitable for variety of uses
Located in Dunfermline town centre
Total area 518.07 sq m (5,577 sq ft)
Offers over £110,000
 
The property comprises a substantial detached church building designed by John Baird and constructed in 1842, being formed of sold sandstone with ornate features and having a pitched and slated roof.  The original building has been extended by a number of single storey structures to the front and rear which are formed of stone with pitched/hipped and slated roofs.  The building is Category B listed.
 
Internally, the property is subdivided to form entrance hallway (leading to main worship area and...
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Property Type: Church / alternative use

Address: 6 Canmore Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7NT

Property Size: 518.07 sq m (5,577 sq ft)
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Location

Dunfermline is the largest town in Fife and extends to a population of approximately 50,000 persons.  The town is well connected, being approximately 1 mile to the west of the M90, which connects to the Queensferry Crossing and Forth Road Bridge approximately 6 miles to the south.  The town also benefits from a mainline railway station and good bus connections to local towns and Edinburgh, which is located approximately 18 miles to the south east.
 
The property is located within the town centre, which is formed to the east of the town and is accessed via the A907 or A823, both of which connect to the M90, a short distance away.  
 
The property is formed to the north of Canmore Street, between Guildhall Street to the west and New Row to the east.  Canmore Street runs parallel and immediately to the south of High Street which is the main retail thoroughfare within the town.
 
The main railway station is located a short distance to the south east, whilst a number of local and regional bus services run through the town centre.
 
The surrounding area is mixed and includes residential, retail and café/restaurant premises.
 

Description

Church, hall and ancillary accommodation
Designed over ground floor, with gallery to main worship area
Potential to split to form separately accessed buildings
Suitable for variety of uses
Located in Dunfermline town centre
Total area 518.07 sq m (5,577 sq ft)
Offers over £110,000
 
The property comprises a substantial detached church building designed by John Baird and constructed in 1842, being formed of sold sandstone with ornate features and having a pitched and slated roof.  The original building has been extended by a number of single storey structures to the front and rear which are formed of stone with pitched/hipped and slated roofs.  The building is Category B listed.
 
Internally, the property is subdivided to form entrance hallway (leading to main worship area and balcony), main worship area with sanctuary, vestry, main hall, lesser hall, 3x private offices, boiler room, cloakroom, kitchen and male, female & disabled toilet accommodation.  A stairwell from the main entrance leads to the balcony which is formed in a horseshoe shape around the main worship area.
 
The main worship area has a suspended timber floor overlaid in carpet, with wooden pews, beyond which is a raised chancel area incorporating pulpit and church organ.  The walls are plastered and timber panelled with double height ceiling formed of lath and plaster.  There is excellent natural daylighting via large windows to both the west and east elevations, enhanced by pendant light fittings to the ceiling.
 
The main hall is formed to the rear and accessed via steps to the west of the main worship area and has a timber sprung floor, plastered and timber panelled walls and a timber panelled ceiling with pendant lighting.
 
The remaining rooms have a variety of finishes throughout.
 
The kitchen contains a mix of wall and floor mounted kitchen units as well as stainless steel sink and drainer.  The male toilet contains WC, urinal and WHB, the female 2x WC units and WHB and the disabled toilet, single WC and WHB.
 
Heating within the building is via two gas boilers formed within boiler room which serves a number of radiators throughout.
 

 


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