St. Augustine’s, Cheadle Heath




St. Augustine’s, Cheadle Heath


This listed church conversion in Stockport, Manchester, is due for completion by late Spring/early Summer 2018, with prices starting from £180,000. This considerate conversion retains the striking charm of the building as well as many of its original fixtures, but with a healthy splash of modernisation to transform it into stylish, contemporary homes.

Following the closure of St Augustine’s Church in Cheadle, the building began to fall into disrepair. In early 2017, the Blackmore Group acquired the site with planning permission for nine 2 bedroom apartments. Work has begun and is due to complete on the site in Early 2018 with the majority of the units sold already.

Commuter links and access to both Stockport and Central Manchester have seen this development of houses for sale in Stockport prove incredibly popular with First Time Buyers, and local residents who are pleased to see and end to the site becoming an eye-sore.

No. of properties: 9 apartments (2 bed)

Units sold: 6 at a total of £1,212,500 so far

Units left: 3 units at £180k, £205k, and £220k

Completion Date: April/May 2018

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