Designed by renowned Scottish architect, Henry E. Clifford, this former mission hall is a category B listed building situated in a prominent corner site, approx. ¼ of an acre of even lawn, opposite Kinloch Green enjoying an attractive, elevated outlook towards the harbour and Davaar Island from the upper floor.
The hall was extensively refurbished some years ago to bring it up to modern day standards including the installation of central heating throughout. On the ground floor of the building the front entrance leads through to a hallway giving access to a well fitted kitchen with ample units, two large ovens, hob and three sinks, cloakroom having two cubicles and two separate disabled access toilets . The main hall is a particularly bright and beautiful feature of the building having a high vaulted ceiling, triple lancet windows and a substantial hard wood floor. An inner hall leads to two bright well proportioned rooms and the rear access, featuring a segmental arched door allowing disabled access to and from the building. A stone staircase leads to the upper floor having a toilet and access to a further spacious bright room which has excellent storage space.
Many community groups use this hall on a regular basis including the Kintyre Guides & Brownies who, with great sadness, have decided to sell the building because of declining numbers.
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