Lot 57 - Bethany Chapel, New Street, Burry Port, Dyfed, SA16 0RT

  • Unconditional Online Auction Sale
  • Guide Price* : £64,000 +
  • Bedrooms: 0

Lot 57 - Church for Development/Investment



A detached chapel situated in the coastal town of Burry Port and far reaching hillside views at the rear. Standing in its own gated grounds the property benefits from a rear vehicular access lane as well as gated access from the front which could provide extensive parking subject to Highways consent. Due to the Chapels height any conversion could run to three storeys. The chapel is currently arranged as an empty shell with the main chapel area measuring 9.6m x 13.7 m approximately and a vestry with kitchen unit area measuring 8.3m x 5 m approximately. The property could be converted to a spacious family home or rental investment. Due to tourism in the area the chapel could also be converted into a lucrative holiday/Airbnb investment. There is a lawned garden area to the front, side pathways and gated rear courtyard area. The property is to be sold with vacant possession.

Burry Port is a port town with harbour in Carmarthenshire, Wales, on the Loughor estuary, 5 miles to the west of Llanelli and 12 miles to Kidwelly. Amelia Earhart landed in Burry Port - the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. Nearby are the Pembrey Burrows sand dune and wetland system, forming a country park, and the Cefn Sidan sands. Its musical heritage includes Burry Port Opera, Male Choir and Burry Port Town Band. The area looks south towards the picturesque Gower peninsula. West of the town's shoreline is Pembrey Burrows, a large area of burrow and marshland which historically occupied many square miles of land, much of which has later been reclaimed. To the north of the town is the hill Mynydd Donny, or Pembrey Mountain. Further north lie the Gwendraeth Valleys.



Ground Floor (empty shell): Chapel area, vestry with kitchen unit area
Outside: Gated front lawned area, side pathways, gated rear courtyard (rear vehicular access lane)


To be sold with vacant possession


Advised Freehold - to be verified by solicitor

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