The property comprises a Grade II Listed former house, cottage and stable which was constructed late 18th Century with 20th Century alterations and additions. The building is predominantly two storey detached with single storey extensions to the rear elevation. The main building is painted with exposed brick, between a multi pitched clay tiled roof with single glazed fenestration. Externally to the front there is a 17 space tarmacadam car park and to the rear is a lawned trade garden with picnic benches provided. A large smoking shelter veranda is also constructed adjacent to the rear entrance. Internally the former trading area is split into a number of interconnecting rooms with a total of 40 covers. Within each area there is an open fire-place (non operational) and attractive exposed beams. The ground floor also provides a large commercial kitchen, ladies and gent’s WC facilities and a cellar. The property has two separate first floor areas. The former cottage element is currently redundant space with no current access provided but comprises of two rooms. The former pub accommodation is accessed via a stairwell behind the bar servery and provides a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The site extends to approximately 0.161 hectares (0.397 acres). The property is connected to all mains services.
A C-61 EPC rating has been calculated for the former public house. The current EPC will be provided upon request.