Detached Freehold Public House
The Property comprises a detached two storey public house of brick elevations beneath a pitched slate covered roof. The Property was originally constructed in the mid-19th century. To the side and rear there is a single storey extension.
Externally there is a beer patio to the front, side and rear. The car park is located to the side and provides 20 spaces.
The entrance is from the side leading into a modern open plan trading area. To the front is a lounge area with both fixed and freestanding tables and chairs. Towards the rear is casual dining for 70 covers. Centrally there is a large L shaped bar servery.
The catering kitchen and associated stores are located to the rear lower ground floor.
To the first floor there are customer toilets, with an accessible toilet to the ground floor, staff rooms, office and store. There is no residential living accommodation.
The basement provides a beer cellar and stores.
The property is held freehold
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in the public house 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. VAT will be applicable.
The Oakwood is entered in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £55,500.
The Property is neither Listed nor within a Conservation Area. It is located within the Green Belt.
All viewings must be arranged strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Savills.
EPC Rating is D (81)
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|Unit (Site area)||-||0.42 Acres||Available|