Grade II Listed village pub, dating from 1674, four bedrooms with great flexibility and potential, in around half an acre
This beloved Grade II Listed village pub, dating from 1674, has been an institution in the village of Nassington for many years. Popular with locals as well as passing walker and cyclists, the pub has plenty of character, with several period features, ample parking and a beer garden. The pub also has living accommodation in the form of a four-bedroom apartment, which requires modernisation, but provides plenty of potential to become a pleasant and comfortable living space. The property provides super opportunities for the right buyer, either to takeover the running of the pub, or to convert the property into a spacious and characterful family home. The pub has a splendid L-shaped bar, with a comfortable main lounge, which has exposed stone walls, timber beams and a large open fireplace. There is also a light and airy dining room, with a dual aspect. There are male and female toilets, while the commercial kitchen is fitted with stainless steel surfaces and professional appliances. The upstairs apartment is arranged across the first and second floors, with up to four bedrooms, a bathroom and an attic space.
The property has a large, tarmac car park to the rear, accessed via Church Street, while there is also a south-facing beer garden with paved terracing and an area of lawn, and a private garden which is mostly laid to lawn.
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I am really excited to be selling this amazing opportunity, a wonderful village pub. The property offers huge scope and would make a wonderful family home (subject to a change of use)James Eastaway