New Street, Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 0SP | Property for sale | Savills
3,788 sq ft(351.92 sq m)
Excess of £695,000(€792,447)

New StreetDeddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 0SP

    Key features

    • Character Grade II listed public house in Oxfordshire village
    • Potential for residential development (subject to all necessary consents)
    • Generous rear garden
    • Three bedroom living accommodation
    • Trade covers internal (50) and external (70+)

    A character Grade II Listed public house in Oxfordshire village with potential for residential conversion (subject to consents).

    About this property

    • 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.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a rare opportunity to acquire a historical Deddington property. I love the space and potential the property offers.

    Catherine ScandrettProperty agent

    Local information

    • The much sought after village of Deddington is characterised by the delightful market place which hosts a farmers' market. With origins believed to date to the 6th or 7th century AD, the village is rich in history with the grand St Peter and Paul's church dating to the early 13th century. It benefits from several shops including a popular delicatessen, Co-op, florist, tea room, hairdressers, public houses, library, doctor's surgery, dentist, pharmacy and primary school. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities are available in the nearby towns of Banbury (6 miles), Bicester (12 miles), Chipping Norton (10 miles) and Oxford (19 miles).
    • Renowned private members club Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew is approximately 7 miles away and the highly regarded Nicholsons Garden Centre is located just outside the village at North Aston (2.5 miles).
    • Extensive selection of well-regarded educational establishments in the area include Deddington C of E Primary School and Warriner Senior school (Bloxham); Independent schools include St Johns Prep (Banbury), Carrdus School (Banbury), Bloxham School and Tudor Hall (girls) in Bloxham. Bus services to many of the Oxford schools, which include The Dragon, Summerfield's, Headington, St. Edwards and Magdalen College School.
    • Well located for both London and Birmingham and the North with junctions 10 and 11 of the M40 being about 7 and 8 miles away respectively; direct trains from Bicester North to London Marylebone (from 43 minutes); Banbury to Birmingham (from 56 minutes); Birmingham International Airport is about 47 miles away and Heathrow approximately 62 miles. There is bus that runs to Banbury and Oxford.
    • Recreational activities in the area include tennis, cricket and football clubs in the village; polo at Kirtlington and Cirencester; racing at Stratford, Warwick and Cheltenham; numerous golf clubs including Tadmarton Heath and Rye Hill; Bannatyne's Health Club in Bodicote; world renowned shopping at Bicester Village; Blenheim Palace at Woodstock and theatres in Chipping Norton, Oxford and Stratford upon Avon.
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Tenure & Price: The property is for sale freehold with vacant possession with offers invited. Parties considering a lease option should enquire and register interest.
    • VAT: We understand that VAT and Stamp Duty Land Tax will be applicable at the going rate.
    • Business Rates: The property is entered on the Rating List with a Rateable Value of £14,500. This is not the rates payable. Please refer to the VOA for details on small business rates relief.
    • Services: We understand all mains services are connected.
    • Planning: The building is Grade II listed and located in a Conservation Area but is not in a Green Belt or AONB. We understand the property benefits from Sui Generis (public house) and part C3 (residential) uses.
    • Development Opportunity: The property may lend itself to residential development subject to the necessary planning consents.
    • Licensing: The property has been granted a Premises Licence in accordance with the Licensing Act 2003. We understand that the premises is permitted to sell alcohol under the following hours: Monday to Sunday 10:00 – 00:00.
    • Photos taken and details prepared June 2023.
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: C