A character Grade II Listed public house in Oxfordshire village with potential for residential conversion (subject to consents).
The Crown and Tuns is a Grade II listed public house dating from the mid-18th Century. The property occupies a mid terrace position and is of three floors above basement and of stone construction under a pitched tile roof. To the rear are double and single storey extensions under pitched tile roofs. Located to the rear is a trade garden. The entire plot extends to approximately 0.2067 acres.
Trade Accommodation: The ground floor has a single front entrance to a character traditional public house interior. Features include a prominent central bar-servery and flag stone floor. The two-section customer areas provide seating for approximately 50. Ancillary space includes a trade kitchen and customer WCs. Further trade kitchen space and storage is located at first floor level. Storage and refrigeration facilities are located in the adjoining buildings.
Living Accommodation: Living accommodation at first floor level is accessible via an internal stairwell and provides a self-contained flat with bedroom, reception and bathroom. At second floor are two bedrooms, kitchenette, storage and bathroom.
External Areas: Located to the rear is a rectangular plot which provides customer areas on decking and covered sections with seating for in excess of 70.
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This is a rare opportunity to acquire a historical Deddington property. I love the space and potential the property offers.Catherine ScandrettProperty agent