Redevelopment Of Former Prescot Wesleyan Methodist Church
A new lease of life has been breathed into the former Prescot Wesleyan Methodist church in Atherton Street within the town centre, continuing the Renaissance of the area.
The former church was opened in 1909, but has been derelict for a number of great years, with the congregation relocating into the adjacent church hall known as the Prescot Methodist Centre, some time ago.
The building is not listed, but is located within the conservation area, and is a locally important landmark.
Over recent years all internal furniture had been removed, and the majority of internal features had either been stripped or stolen. The building regularly attracted vandals, and lead work to the roof had been stolen leading to significant damage and rot.
Prospects for the building look bleak until TJ Thomas estate group stepped in.
In an innovative scheme designed by Liverpool-based Snow architects, nine apartments/duplex apartments have been created and should be ready for occupation very soon.
Whilst this was a complicated restoration project, we have found it rewarding to be able to find a re-use for this historic building, and look forward to welcoming our new tenants when we complete the project.
Prices for these apartments will be circa £500 per calendar month.
These apartments are perfect for young professionals looking to move to area currently on the up.
To register your interest and to be kept informed of final pricing and when the apartment are available to view please register your interest below.