An award winning public house which is believed to date back to the 17th century.
The Gomshall Mill is steeped in history with the building believed to date back to 17th century. Originally built as a water driven corn mill the property has been extended with a number of more modern structures. The property is of brick construction with painted and part timber clad elevations under a pitched tiled roof. It is laid out to provide accommodation over ground and first floor levels.
Externally there is a terrace area to the front of the property which is laid out to provide customer seating for approximately 28 covers. To the rear is an attractive beer garden which provides seating for a further 80 covers and children’s play area. The property has a car park capable of accommodating 47 vehicles which is located directly opposite the property.
Substantial offers are invited for the benefit of our clients freehold interest. Interested parties are encouraged to carry out a discreet customer viewing in the first instance. All formal viewings must be made by prior appointment by the sole selling agents. Under no circumstances should any direct approach be made to any of our clients staff.
The ground floor of the property has a bar area with centrally positioned bar servery in addition to a variety of bench seating and loose tables and chairs for 24 covers. The remainder of the ground floor provides a further 32 covers, customer WC’s, a catering kitchen and a variety of store rooms.
The beer cellar is also at ground floor and is externally accessed. The main trading area is full of character with an open fire place, exposed beams throughout and a viewing area for the water mill which runs through the centre of the property.
A further 67 covers are provided at first floor level in addition to a manager’s office and store room.
The main public house sits on a site of approximately 2,469 sq m (0.61 acres). The separate car park has an approximate site area of 3,965 sq m (0.98 acres).
The property has two listings under the 2017 list which indicate that the Rateable Values are as follows:
Public House - £75,000
Car Park - £5,400
The standard national multiplier for 2019/2020 is 50.4p
We are advised that the property is Grade II Listed but does not fall within a conservation area.
The property has the benefit of a Premises Licence in accordance with the Licensing Act 2003. We understand that the premises are permitted to sell alcohol at the following times:
Monday to Saturday - 11:00 to 00:00
Sunday - 12:00 to 23:30
Fixtures, Fittings & Stock
All fixtures and fittings will be included within the sale with the exception of any leased and branded items, tills and IT systems. Stock and glassware will be payable in addition to the purchase price on the day of completion.
Trading information may be released to interested parties upon written request.
|Floor / Unit||Type||Size||Status|
|Unit (Public House)||-||2469 sq m||Available|