Freehold/Leasehold: Pub with extensive outbuildings/garden/car park located near to Clevedon and 14 miles from Bristol. Guide Price £550,000
The property comprises a semi-detached two-storey public house of brick construction under a pitched tile roof with a single storey flat roof extension to the side. Several outbuildings are located to the rear. The property sites within a plot of approximately
0.56 acre (0.23 hectare).
The property is now closed to trade. The ground floor comprises three distinct trading areas with a bar servery. Ancillary space includes customer WCs, storage and trade kitchen, which provides covered access to an outbuilding with cold-room and further storage. The first floor residential accommodation has been converted to provide two private dining rooms and storage, with dual access to ground floor.
The remaining first floor areas are configured for staff accomodation and comprise bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
Located to the rear of the property are a number outbuildings set around a good sized beer garden which has been laid with artificial grass. Immediatley to the rear of the property is a single storey building under a pitched tile roof. This has been converted to accomodate a barservery, bakery, storage and cold room. A substantial timber frame structure covers a decked customer area, around which is an additional bar-servery and take-away/ retail space. To the far end of the garden is a purpose built function room with its own bar. Various other multifunction are available. A car park is located to the side with space for 23 vehicles.
Freehold offers are sought with a guide of £550,000.
Rental offers are invited for the benefit of a new free of tie lease guiding £50,000pa with terms to be agreed.
VAT & Stamp Duty
VAT and SDLT may be applicable at the going rate.
The property is entered in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £9,500. The standard multiplier for 2021/21 is £0.49. Please visit gov.uk for up-to-date rating information.
Planning & Conservation
We understand the property is a Grade II Listed Building and lies within the Weston-in-Gordano Conservation Area. The property benefits from Sui Generis Use as a public house under under the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 which amend the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.
The property is currently closed. Viewings can be arranged strictly by appointment with Savills. All viewings will be organsied and conducted in line withUK Government and RICS guidance.
EPC Rating is E (101)