Significant development site within Oakhill Park close to the Rocket Junction of Edge Lane and M62.
Site Area: 0.40 ha (0.99 acres).
Suitable for conversion or development to residential or alternative use subject to appropriate planning permission.
The subject property comprises St Joseph’s Convent, St Emilie’s Convent with the chapel linking the two properties.
St Joseph’s was built in the 1970’s of framed construction with flat roof and comprises of basement and two upper floors.
It has been sub-divided to offer a mixture of bedrooms, offices, kitchen, dining room. It has predominately painted plaster walls and ceilings, solid carpeted floors, lit via fluorescent lighting or bulbs, and heated via wall mounted radiators from two gas fired boilers situated in the basement.
The chapel comprises a single storey post war building with access internally from both St Joseph’s and St Emilie’s. It is of brick construction with a flat roof. It benefits from a large number of full height windows and open plan offering flexible accommodation.
St Emilie’s was originally a detached Victorian house with full basement, ground, first and second floors. The property’s most recent use was offices, bedrooms, kitchens and toilets with accommodation on the ground and upper floors with basement. It is of traditional brick construction with double pitched roof clad in slate.
The property benefits from significant gardens to the rear and from a car park to the front.