A FORMER methodist chapel in a seaside village will be on the market for £30,000.

The sandstone-built, former Methodist Chapel in Dearham is 'suitable for a variety of uses' subject to the necessary planning consents.

Interested parties should make their own inquiries to Allerdale Borough Council planning department.

Auction House Cumbria said: "The property is in a poor state of repair and was flooded from surface water in 2015 in the Storm Desmond which caused significant damage to the main hall floor and resulted in recurrent dry rot.

"The dry rot has affected a large area of the timber floor in the main hall area, the majority of which is stripped out to the bare earth.

"The property itself is freehold and the land in front is leasehold on a 99 years lease from 1966 - see the legal pack."

To find out more contact Auction House Cumbria.

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