|Price||Offers around £200,000|
St Michael's Parish Centre occupies a site and premises of considerable significance in the history of Downpatrick. It appears to have been a large building with orchards and gardens sweeping down to Loch Cuan, which then flooded the flat meadows now occupied by St. Patrick's Avenue, Russell Park and the Playing Fields along the Ballydugan Road. Monsignor Joseph Maguire purchased the building in 1974 from the Sisters of Mercy and set about making it available to the community for recreational and cultural benefit.
Today it continues to be used as a focal point for the local community with various recreational social and cultural activities carried out.
*All Measurements in feet*
Meeting Room - 22'1 x 15'1
'Conway Room' - 49'10 x 19'6
Office - 27'0 x 15'9
Lounge with serving area:
Kitchen - 14'6 x 13'7
Seated theatre area with stage - 50'0 x 23'6
Conference Floor - 31'1 x 15'1
Library - 11'2 x 15'11
Further storage to basement and third floor