Mid Terrace Grade II Listed Public House
The Property comprises a mid-terraced two storey Grade II Listed public house originally constructed in the early to mid-18th century. The elevations are rendered, set beneath a pitched slate covered roof, with a single storey rear extension to the former stables blocks.
Externally there is a beer patio to the front and large beer garden with patio to the rear.
To the side is Royal Oak Cottage which comprises a two storey end terraced house used as either manager’s accommodation or holiday letting. To the rear is Royal Oak Barn an end terraced barn conversion used as owners accommodation. Both of these properties are accessed via a pedestrian walkway, through an archway off The Square.
Overall the site, including the adjoining cottage, extends to approximately 0.45 acres.
Royal Oak Public House
Internally the trading accommodation is situated at ground floor level with customer access from the front. Traditional trading accommodation providing a variety of small customer areas over split levels and public bar adjacent to the side bar servery. The ground floor was configured to provide 55 covers at the date of our inspection. Catering kitchen and ground floor beer cellar in the stable block conversion.
To the first floor there are four en-suite letting rooms fitted out to a good standard.
Royal Oak Cottage
The self-contained cottage provides three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
Royal Oak Barn
A self-contained barn conversion originally constructed in 1902 and was recently refurbished. The barn provides four bedrooms, two en-suite, open plan living area with kitchen, hallway, shower room and utility room. Private garden.
The Property is held freehold on two separate titles (The Barn title number CU287341 and pub title number CU168090).
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in the public house and adjoining barn with vacant possession or alternatively rental offers are invited for a new full repairing and insuring Free of Tie 10-20 year lease with rent reviews every five years. The barn can also be purchased in isolation to the pub. VAT will be applicable.
The Royal Oak is entered in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £38,000.
The Property is Grade II Listed and within Cartmel Conservation Area.
Fixtures & Fittings
Fixtures and fittings with the exception of all tills, IT equipment and leased items can be included as part of the sale should they be required. Stock will be removed ahead of completion.
Energy Performance Certificate
An EPC rating of D (76) has been calculated for the pub and D (49) for the Royal Oak Barn.
VAT will be payable in addition to the purchase price.
All viewings must be arranged strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Savills.
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