Tuesday 27 October 2009

Missionary training base up for sale

A landmark seven-acre property in London which  once housed foreign missionaries has been put up for sale for £25m.

St Joseph's College in Mill Hill, north London, is being marketed by Knight Frank on behalf of its owners, a private consortium, and is expected to generate significant investor interest.

The building, built in the 1860s and a training base for missionaries until 2005, has planning permission to be converted into a five-star retirement development. Emma Cleugh at Knight Frank said it was an "incredibly rare" site.

from the Business pages of today's Daily Telegraph. The St Joseph's Missionary Society sold, and moved out of, the property at the end of 2006. The developers who bought the site off them have now put it on the market again.

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