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Former church building goes on the market in Richhill

The building is "suitable for a range of uses, subject to planning and building regulations"

Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Richhill

A former church building in Richhill has been listed for sale on the commercial market.

The property, at Sleepy Valley, just off the Corcreevy Road, was built in 2004 and formerly housed Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church.

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church was formed in 1927 following a split within the larger Presbyterian Church in Ireland.

The denomination currently has nine congregations across Northern Ireland in locations such as Belfast, Omagh and Enniskillen.

The church has confirmed that the Richhill congregation sadly closed last year. Prior to the closure, it was the only congregation in Co. Armagh.

Their premises has since been listed with Robert Wilson Estate Agents in Moira, who have described it as “suitable for a range of uses, subject to planning and building regulations”.

Measuring at approximately 4,400 sq ft on a circa 0.91 site, the property features all the amenities you could expect from a church building.

It comprises of a large auditorium to the left of the entrance foyer, with a second kitchen to the rear.

The entrance foyer gives access to the first floor study/office, with separate toilets and cloakrooms.

Straight through the foyer leads to the rear hallway which includes three storage cupboards and separate toilets.

The main kitchen is connected to the large recreational hall, with emergency exit doors.

The property has been listed with an asking price of £500,000.

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