A ‘B’ Listed church set in a small village in Argyll has gone up for sale. 

Craignish Parish Church is located in Ardfern on the Craignish peninsula, around 25 miles south of Oban and 10 miles north-west of Lochgilphead on the A816. 

The Georgian-style building, which dates back to 1826, has been put on the market by The Church of Scotland for offers over £50,000.

Highlighting its location, The Church of Scotland notes that the property "onlooks the breathtaking scenery of Loch Craignish and surrounding woodlands".

As well as the sanctuary, the accommodation also provides a small vestry. The sanctuary is arranged over ground and gallery floor levels, with separate stone staircases at either side of the sanctuary providing access to the gallery.

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The surrounding grounds are included in the sale. The property is also connected to mains supplies of water and electricity. 

The Herald: Craignish Parish Church dates back to 1826Craignish Parish Church dates back to 1826 (Image: The Church of Scotland)

The listing notes that the property could be used as a crèche, day nursery, day centre, educational establishment, museum, art gallery or public library - without the necessity of obtaining change of use consent. 

It also has potential for other uses, such as a theatre, cinema or entertainment venue, retail space or community resource subject to obtaining appropriate consents.

Conversion to residential accommodation might also be possible, subject to the usual consents. 

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