Bridge Village Hall, near Redruth - Scope for Redevelopment

At a glance...

A detached former village hall situated on the western side of the village of Bridge, approximately 1 mile from Portreath on the North Coast.

In more detail...

  The hall has not been used recently and has fallen into disrepair.

The building was constructed in 1926 of concrete block under a pitched roof. A concrete screening test has reported class c concrete - "mundic block" - and the property is therefore suitable for cash purchasers only.

 The sale of this property provides an ideal redevelopment opportunity, subject to planning permission.


The property is conveniently located in the village of Bridge adjacent to and with access off the B3300 Redruth to Portreath "New Portreath Road". The thriving coastal village of Portreath is about 1 mile away with a lovely sandy beach popular with surfers and families and good main amenities. The town of Redruth is about 2½ miles away and has a large range of services and facilities.


The public/community use of hall has diminished over the last few years and the property has subsequently fallen into a state of disrepair. Due to the poor condition of the concrete block walls which are classed as mundic with cracks evident, the property is thought beyond viable economic repair and now represents a redevelopment opportunity, subject to planning permission. No planning enquiries have been made by the Trustees and the property is being "sold as seen".

The building briefly comprises: entrance hall (18' x 8'), toilet cubicles on the left, kitchen area on the right, entrance door to main hall (50' x 18'), windows to west.

Sale Particulars


Guide Price £25,000

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