Guide price £425,000

Chandos Arms Public HouseOakley, Aylesbury


    Key features

    • Freehold public house with vacant possession
    • Site extends to 0.12 hectares (0.31 acres)
    • Beer garden and car park to front
    • Character property in village
    • Grade II Listed

    Freehold public house with car park, beer garden and managers accommodation

    About this property

    • The property comprises a predominantly two storey detached building with single storey extensions to the side elevations. The Chandos Arms has exposed brick and stone elevations beneath a pitched tiled and thatch roof. Externally there is a beer garden to the front elevation with seating on wooden benches for 50 customers. The car park to the front elevation provides parking for 15 vehicles.

    Local information

    • The property is located in the village of Oakley, Oxfordshire, 13.4 kilometres (8.3 miles) south east of Bicester, 16.3 kilometres (10.1 miles) north east of Oxford and 21.9 kilometres (13.6 miles) west of Aylesbury.
    • The Chandos Arms is situated to the north of the village of Oakley on Turnpike Road a short distance from the A41 which provides access to junction 9 of the M40. The property lies in a rural village on a residential road with local facilities including Oakley St Mary’s Church, Oakley Village Hall and Oakley Garage for vehicle repairs.

    Additional information

    • Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level, with the main bar providing seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs and bar stools for 22 customers. To the left of the main building is a barn restaurant with seating for 26 customers. Ladies and gentlemen’s toilets, trade kitchen and beer cellar are positioned on the ground floor.
    • The first floor is accessed to the left of the bar servery and comprises two double rooms, living room and bathroom.
    • The site extends to approximately 0.12 hectares (0.31 acres).

    Energy performance

    An E-110 EPC rating has been calculated.