Mission In Maidstone Possible?
This is a fine looking building. It seems a shame to consider reviving the lapsed planning permission to demolish and replace with a terrace of six dwellings. The existing structure is interesting. It also has a nice plot of ground of around .2 of an acre. The building is recorded as being built around 1887 as a Mission Church. Though the most recent use has been as a builder’s yard and offices. A quick 360 degree scope of the area via Streetview gives an idea of the what and where: click here.
Location: St Luke’s Centre, 33 Foley Street, Maidstone, Kent. ME14 5BD
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Contact Clive Emson Auctioneers Tel: 01622 608400 – John Stockey or Ben Snellin.
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