This former Worthing church is on the market for £500,000

A Grade II-listed church in Worthing is on the market for half-a-million pounds.

Thursday, 8th July 2021, 5:07 pm
The former Grade II-listed Holy Trinity Church in Gratwicke Road, Worthing, is on the market

The former Holy Trinity Church sits on the corner of Gratwicke, Shelley and Eriswell Roads, with shops and the seafront all within walking distance.

It is being marketed by Spratt & Son and is listed on property website Zoopla.

Many of the church’s fixtures are still in place, although the vendors reserve the right to remove any of the stained glass windows, pews, the pulpit, font and other furnishings prior to completion, along with any memorials, subject to listed building consent.

Many of the church features remain, although the vendor reserves the right to remove prior to completion, subject to listed building consent

The listing says prospective purchasers must submit offers in writing to the offices of Spratt and Son, subject to stipulations, and that covenants will be included to ensure the property is used for authorised purposes and to prevent unauthorised alterations or demolition.

For more information, see the listing on Zoopla.

The pews are currently still in position, along with the organ pipes, pictured on the right
The former church's stained-glass windows are present, but again the vendor reserves the right to remove prior to completion
The property has mature lawned gardens to the northern and eastern sides
Holy Trinity Church was built in the 1800s
Accommodation extends to a gross internal area of more than 5,300sqft
To one side, the property has hard-standing for vehicle parkin
The property occupies a prominent corner position fronting Gratwicke, Shelley and Eriswell Roads in Worthing
The impressive former church as seen from Shelley Road, Worthing