Rifle Butts, 421 London Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1EL

Opportunity
A local community pub situated on the busy London Road in High Wycombe. This detached public house is now available for sale freehold. The pub benefits from a large wrap around trade garden and cosy interior. This would be a fantastic opportunity for a new publican to re-establish the pub in order to serve the local community and surrounding area.

Location
Situated on a square shaped plot measuring approximately 0.2 acres, the pub is set back from the roadside in an elevated position. The building is rendered and sat under a red clay tile roof. Located on the northern side of London Road, the property is located near Wycombe Marsh between Micklefield Road and Hatters Lane.

Arrangement
Internally, the premises has an open plan main trade area which can be accessed from both the front of the building and side. This is served by a single bar with store rooms and cellarage to the rear. Female and Male WCs can be found either side of the bar.
A domestic kitchen and living room can be also be found at ground floor which is linked to the first floor manager’s accommodation which comprises three double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Externally, there is a garage and a vehicular access with space for one vehicle. The property has a large trade garden laid to lawn to the side and rear, with a trade patio to the front on which a smoking shelter can be found. The garden has ample space for children’s play equipment.

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Three Fishes, Green Street, Sunbury on Thames, TW16 6EE

Sunbury on Thames is a waterside village approximately 1 mile south of Sunbury and situated within the M25. sunbury is conveniently located for the M3 motorway and is also on the south western rail line with direct links into Clapham Junction (38 mins) and Waterloo (48 mins).

The River Thames is a short walk away and other attractions such as Hampton Court Palace and Kempton Park racecourse are also nearby.

The Three Fishes is a timber framed, semi-detached, two storey building with  single storey brick built extensions to the southern gable end and rear. Sat under a plain tile roof, the property is rendered to the front.

Internally, the premises has two trade areas. The front door from the pavement leads directly into the carpeted lounge bar with a prominent fire place. off the lounge bar is a snug. The public bar with a dart board area is located within the single storey extension to the side. A central wrap around bar serves the both the lounge and public bar areas.

A small office, ladies and gents wc’s and commercial kitchen is located at ground floor. The property has a below ground cellar, accessed through the office.

At first floor, the manager’s accommodation comprises two bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes and separate lounge, kitchen / dining room.

Externally, a vehicular access is located to the side of the pub building, providing off street parking for one vehicle. The rear of the site is arranged to provide customer seating areas with a gravel customer car park (access off Forge Lane) beyond.

A disused outbuilding runs along the southern eastern boundary.

The building has character and would be a good opportunity for a new operator to build upon the existing business and expand the offering.

Detailed planning consent (ref: 18/01528/FUL) was granted on 6th September 2019 for the 2.no 2 storey semi-detached dwellings with habitable space in the roof, each containing 3 bedrooms, located within the existing car park (following subdivision of the plot) together with associated parking and amenity space on the pub’s car park (access off Forge Lane). The proposed dwellings each have 3 bedrooms and have a gross internal area of circa 141 sqm / 1517 sqf. Two bedrooms are located at first floor with the third bedroom located within the roof space. Each property has two off street parking spaces to the front and rear gardens circa 13m in length. A number of conditions associated with this planning permission were discharged, however it was not implemented and the permission has now lapsed. A prospective purchaser would need to resubmit the planning application, should be residential development be something they wish to pursue.

 

 

 

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The Bull Inn, 152 Laleham Road, Shepperton, TW17 0DB

Opportunity

Located at the junction between Laleham Road and Sheep Walk, the premises occupies a two storey public house, painted brick under a red tile roof. The property benefits from two trade areas at ground floor with the opportunity to capitalise on the existing first floor arrangement by improving the letting room accommodation.

The property is available freehold with vacant possession.

Location

Situated on a long rectangular plot with a “dog leg” at the southern end, the site measures approximately 0.2 acres. The pub is positioned to the front of the site with elevations to both Sheep Walk and Laleham Road. Shepperton station is approximately 0.7 miles east. The A308 junction is 3.2 miles north east providing access to the M3 and M25.

Arrangement

Internally, the premises has two principal trade areas; a front bar and a large bar/function room type space to the rear, contained with the large single storey extension. Both bars have their own serveries and toilet facilities. A kitchen and utility area complete the ground floor. At first floor, 6 single bedrooms are present, previously used as letting rooms. A flat roof terrace is also available and can be accessed independently from the car park to the rear via an external staircase. Access to the customer car park is off Sheep Walk, serving a car park of approximately 15 Parking spaces. A small trade patio is located to the rear and side of the building.

Trade

The property is currently closed and is sold as seen, with vacant possession. As a result, no trade is
warranted or sold.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment and accompanied by the vendor’s agents.

Information Pack

An information pack with additional detail is available upon request.

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The Winning Horse, 35 Coverts Road, Claygate, KT10 0JY

Located near the junction between Coverts Road and Vale Road in the village of Claygate, the premises occupies a two storey detached public house built in the 1920s. Brick built under a slate roof, the property is characterised by its front elevation which is rendered at first floor and decorated with a red and green glazed brick at ground floor.

The property is available freehold with vacant possession. Situated on a rectangular plot measuring approximately 0.3 acres, the pub is positioned to the front of the site with its principal elevation facing Coverts Road.

An access road “Ashton Place” (falling within ownership) runs to the side serving a small private residential development at the rear, whilst also providing access to the customer parking.

Claygate is a primarily residential, suburban village situated between Esher and Chessington, near the A3.

Internally, the premises has two principal trade areas; a lounge bar and public bar, both bars are served from a single servery. A private lounge, commercial kitchen with a wash-up and utility area is located at the rear of the building within the single storey rear extension.

At first floor, the manager’s accommodation comprises three double bedrooms, a lounge and bathroom.

Externally, the customer car parking amounts to approximately 5 spaces arranged in a “pull off” format from Ashton Place. At the rear is a trade garden laid to lawn and a brick built double garage.

Please download the sales particulars for additional information.

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Ship Inn, 18 The Street, South Walsham, Norfolk, NR13 6DQ

A local landmark, this detached public house believed to date from the 17th century, is now available for sale freehold. Situated in the desirable, north Norfolk village of South Walsham, the property is well located for the tourist attractions of the Norfolk Broads and coastline. The building has lots of character and would be a fantastic opportunity for a new operator to create a new venue to serve the local community and surrounding area.

Situated on a rectangular plot measuring approximately 0.3 acres, the pub is set back from the roadside in an elevated position. It is brick built (painted) under a red pantile roof. Located on the southern side of The Street in South Walsham, this large village is approximately 3 miles north west of Acle. The village has good links to the A47 which runs between Norwich (9 miles) and Great Yarmouth (12 miles).

The property measures approximately 292sqm (GIA floor area). Internally, the premises has two principal trade areas (circa 16 and 24 covers respectively), both of which are accessed off a central lobby. Both trade spaces have their own bar serveries. A commercial kitchen with a prep and wash-up area can service both rooms. The single storey extensions to the rear provide useful storage space. WC’s and a basement cellar are also present.

At first floor, the manager’s accommodation comprises a double bedroom, lounge and bathroom. The loft conversion has created 3 interconnecting rooms which could be used as a master bedroom and dressing room.

Externally, the vehicular access to the side serves a customer car park stretching the length of the site, with space for approximately 20 vehicles. Also at the rear, is a tiered beer garden, beginning with a patio space leading down to an area laid to lawn.

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Britannia, 66 Bath Road, Wells, Somerset, BA5 3LQ

A two storey detached public house on the eastern outskirts of Wells. Located in a roadside position, the building is rendered under a pitched slate roof. The property is available for sale freehold, with vacant possession. Located on the southern side of Bath Road (B3139) in Wells, the pub occupies a site measuring 0.5 acres. The property is approximately 1 mile from the centre of Wells. The Bath Road is one of the main throughfares into/out of Wells from the Woodbury area. The property measures approximately 4,286sqft (GIA).

Internally, the premises has two principal trade areas, each with their own serveries. The first with access off Bath Road, is carpeted and has access out into a small gravelled trade garden. The second has a quarry tile floor and has access out into the car park. The single storey extensions to the rear contain the above ground cellars, stores, commercial kitchen, toilet facilities and a large function room/skittle alley built in the 1990s.  This has its own servery. At first floor, the manager’s accommodation provides three bedroom accommodation with a lounge and bathroom.

Externally, the customer car park is located to the side of the building with access from Bath Road, with space for approximately 20 vehicles. At the rear, a large trade garden laid to lawn can be found for customer use as well as an enclosed private garden area. A public alleyway runs along the western boundary linking Hooper Avenue with Bath Road.

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Victoria and Albert, Netherhampton, Salisbury, SP2 8PU

A detached public house in the small village of Netherhampton. A 17th century stone built, thatched building, the property is well located for the tourist attractions of Salisbury including Stonehenge. The building has lots of character and would be a good opportunity for a new operator to build upon the existing business and expand the offering. The property is available to let.

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Victoria and Albert, Netherhampton, Salisbury, SP2 8PU

A detached public house in the small village of Netherhampton. A 17th century stone built, thatched building, the property is well located for the tourist attractions of Salisbury including Stonehenge. The building has lots of character and would be a good opportunity for a new operator to build upon the existing business and expand the offering. The property is available for sale freehold, with vacant possession.

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Springfield Hotel, 232 Walton Road, Liverpool L4 4BE

Situated on the busy Walton Road (A59) in Liverpool, this traditionally styled pub is conveniently located on a pub circuit and near town centre amenities including McDonalds and ALDI. The pub is within walking distance of both Anfield and Goodison Park and benefits from match day visitors when Liverpool and Everton play at home.

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