Unique former church building occupying a prominent corner site within a popular residential area of Port Glasgow, Inverclyde. Situated on the junction of Robert Street and Montgomerie Street, built in the 'Modern Movement' late gothic style by Boston, Menzies and Morton Architects in 1905. The property was used by the Clune Park Parish Congregation until 1996. Constructed of Red Sandstone and occupying a site of approximately 0.17 acres. The property benefits from many traditional features including a small tower to the north, Art Nouveau Windows and Wooden Verandah/Porch. The property would ideally suit redevelopment to a multitude of potential uses such as commercial, residential or leisure.