The Church of the Holy ApostlesPresiding on a high ridge as you enter the popular northern rivers community of Copmanhurst, being offered for genuine sale for the very first time in its proud existence is the Church of the Holy Apostles.
Cecil Henry Druitt, the first Bishop of Grafton, laid the foundation stone for this church on the 22nd April 1914 with doors being officially opened to the community on the 13th February 1915. An integral part of this quiet riverside village, The Holy Apostle's Copmanhurst joined the Parish of Grafton midway through 1975 and was in regular operation until 2019 with doors officially closed earlier this year. Steeped in local history and presented in terrific order, do not miss your moment to secure a piece of real estate unlike any other available in the current market.
With rear lane access available by way of Cambridge Street capturing views across the valley, the size of the block is more than generous. Grassy, fenced and mostly flat, here you will find 1,695m2 of excellent land to work with.
That is of course secondary to why you would show interest in a site such as this. The glorious old red brick church is the show piece and will set your imagination running wild.
Through the arched timber doors to the formal entry you will be greeted by soaring high raked ceilings, stained glass windows, polished hardwood floor boards and an abundance of space to set your plans in place. There is a small kitchenette with disabled friendly ramp access at the rear of the church plus outside there is also a detached matching red brick male and female toilet block.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure such a unique holding in a budding family friendly community just 25 minutes from Grafton. A sale over 100 years in the making, make sure you are ready to offer strong.
Auction Venue: On Site - 26 Sussex Street, Copmanhurst NSW 2460
Date: Saturday 16th October 2021
Inspections are by appointment. Contact Tyler Marsh on 0487 422 229 to schedule a viewing today.