Bath Road, Oakhill, Radstock, BA3

Guide price

This Grade II listed Methodist Church is nestled in the popular village of Oakhill. Offering 950 sq.ft. of accomodtion it also has benefit of off road parking. OFFERS CLOSED.

The Property

The property is Listed Grade II as being of architectural and historic interest and was originally built in 1825, with solid stone elevations under a pitched slated roof. There is a later extension.

The building stands in an irregular shaped plot approximately 31 metres frontage to the A367 with a maximum depth of 31 metres. It occupies a prominent position on the edge of the village which has a primary school, parish church and public house.

The major town of Shepton Mallet is only 2 miles away where a full range of retail, commercial, leisure and educational facilities can be found.

The accommodation can be summarised as follows:

Ground Floor:

Double doors to hallway leading to -

Chapel 9.5 x 7.4 = 70.3 sqm (756 sq.ft.)

Stairs up to a balcony

Hallway from chapel with cloakroom

Office/kitchenette 6.0 x 3.1 = 18.6 sqm (200 sq.ft.)


The property benefits from direct vehicular access from Shepton Road ( A 367 ) and has a good open area suitable for parking and storage. Surrounded by stone walls.


From Shepton Mallet take the A37 north and turn right onto A367 to Oakhill. The property is on the edge of the village as you leave on the left-hand side, identified by the agent's sale board.


Viewings are by appointment only on:

Tuesday 12th July 2022 - 11.30am to 12.30pm

Thursday 21st July 2022 - 1pm to 2pm

Please contact our Land department (OPTION 2) to book your appointment.

The site can also be viewed from the roadside.

Services & Tenure

The majority of the site will be sold on freehold tenure with vacant possession, but the area shaded in blue on the plan within the details will be long leasehold at a peppercorn rent.

Occasional access by appointment will be reserved to tend a single grave

We are informed that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.

Local Authority

Mendip District Council

Tel: 0300 303 8588 /

Town & Country Planning

The present use of the building is within F1 of the Use Classes order as a place of worship, which would also permit other community uses such as clinics, surgeries, creches, day nurseries and consulting rooms.

The building could suit a variety of commercial uses or be converted for residential use, subject to the necessary consents being granted. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Local Planning Authority.

Method of Sale

The land is offered for sale by informal tender, offers must be made in writing no later than Tuesday 9th August 2022. These should be submitted on the offer form which is available from ourselves, so as to ensure that all information required is received. The offer may be returned by hand or posted to our Cirencester office or by email to

It is the bidder's responsibility to ensure that their offer is received by the prescribed deadline, and the vendor is not bound to accept the highest or any offer. A decision will be made as soon as possible before or after the closing date, with all parties that have made an offer being notified accordingly.

Important Notes

Offers may be made unconditionally, in which case contracts must be exchanged within 8 weeks of receipt of draft contract, and there will be an uplift provision of 50% of any increase in value attributable to a subsequent planning consent.

If this condition is not acceptable, please make this clear in your offer. Alternatively, offers may be made subject to planning consent (details to be disclosed), in which case conditional contracts are to be exchanged within 8 weeks.


01285 238859

Perry Bishop and Chambers - Cirencester

2 Silver Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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