Excellent Freehold Public House, Restaurant & Micro Brewery

Pershore, Worcestershire
Price: £ 599,950
business for sale
Seller Reference: 2811
Asking Price: £599,950
Net Profit:
Sales Revenue: £151,594
Number of Staff: Send enquiry for more details.
Established For: Send enquiry for more details.
Ownership: Freehold

Business Summary

Meridian Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this beautiful Public House which has a trading history dating back to 1920. Since 1990 it has been owned and run by our clients who are now placing it on the market due to their wish to retire. The business achieves a respectable advised annual turnover of £151,594. The Grade II listed property also hosts a micro brewery which has a capacity to produce 120, 36 gallon measure barrels per year. The business currently does a healthy 70/30 wet dry split with its 24 cover dining restaurant which has huge scope for future growth. Planning consent exists to provide for 10 Double bedded en-suite letting rooms, revised owners accommodation and replacement workshop. Our clients are generously including the vast majority of fixtures and fittings into the sale, thus avoiding new owners the additional financial burden to fund the purchase or replacement of same. We feel that this is an ideal lifestyle change opportunity for a couple or individual who is looking for a historic and well placed opportunity. We would like to urge very early interest in this opportunity as properties in this area and of this calibre rarely appear onto the market.

EXCELLENT FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE, RESTAURANT & MICRO BREWERY Beautiful character Grade II listed property dating back to 1780 and before Situated in the charming market town of Pershore, Worcestershire Advised annual turnover of £151,594 net with good gross profits Huge scope for future dev...

Property Infomation

  Property: Freehold
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: Beautifully presented property with character features throughout offering customer drinking, dining and function facilities, large riverside gardens and external areas, sizable private owners� accommodation with development scope and approval.

GROUND FLOOR

Entry door from pavement into lobby and then into the immediate facing attractive brick built bar servery with many original features.

Lounge with open fire and seating for 30 with rear door to male and female toilet facilities.

FIRST FLOOR
The private accommodation can be accessed from behind the bar or from the rear courtyard

Large function/meeting room with front and rear aspects

Large double bedroom

Large double bedroom with open Victorian fireplace, 2 ceiling roses and oak beams

Double bedroom with closed fireplace

Office

Bathroom with bath and sink only

Separate WC

Lounge overlooking the rear yard

Kitchen with 4 ring electric cooker, washing machine, range of wall and base units plus pantry storage.

SECOND FLOOR
Huge loft space with fully treated timbers. This can be converted to 4x double en-suite letting bedrooms with communal lounge.

EXTERNAL
Separate Brewery production building housing barley loft, grist case, brewing vessels, coolers and steam cleaner. Brewery office, barrel compound and air conditioned beer storage. Large workshop.

First floor under new proposals would form new private accommodation with 2 double en-suite bedrooms, office, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and dining room.

Existing private accommodation will then be converted into 6 further bedrooms, all en-suite.

Excellent extensive rear gardens with many trees and shrub borders, large lawned area and 2 large patio areas.

Garden extends some 400 feet from the premises to the River Avon and benefits from substantial mooring for boats.

20 x 8 seater garden benches, Koi pond
Second lounge with seating for approx 15

Rear restaurant/dining area with 24 covers

Commercial kitchen with side pantry 4 ring gas burner with oven under and extraction over table top, double fryer, overhead gas grill, commercial microwave, hot cupboard, 4 slice toaster, stainless steel work surfaces, double sink/drainer in stainless steel 2 x 2/3 and 1/3 fridge freezer, 2 chest freezers, ½ and ½ fridge freezer. Large below ground air conditioned beer cellar/ bottle store/ snack store etc.

 
  Location: This charming historic public house has a prime location in the beautiful market town of Pershore which is in Worcestershire. The property stands on the towns main access road with the shopping area a minutes walk away. The location is ideal, attracting locals and visiting customers alike. There is plenty of nearby parking facilities offering customers a very easy town centre access. The pub boasts extensive landscaped rear gardens located on the banks of the river Avon providing super customer facilities from spring through to autumn. Pershore lies in an affluent area of Worcestershire and is designated as of major architectural importance and is in a listed outstanding conservation area. The M5 motorway lies some 6 miles distant and provides ease of visiting and commuting.

Other Details

  Property: Freehold
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: Beautifully presented property with character features throughout offering customer drinking, dining and function facilities, large riverside gardens and external areas, sizable private owners� accommodation with development scope and approval.

GROUND FLOOR

Entry door from pavement into lobby and then into the immediate facing attractive brick built bar servery with many original features.

Lounge with open fire and seating for 30 with rear door to male and female toilet facilities.

FIRST FLOOR
The private accommodation can be accessed from behind the bar or from the rear courtyard

Large function/meeting room with front and rear aspects

Large double bedroom

Large double bedroom with open Victorian fireplace, 2 ceiling roses and oak beams

Double bedroom with closed fireplace

Office

Bathroom with bath and sink only

Separate WC

Lounge overlooking the rear yard

Kitchen with 4 ring electric cooker, washing machine, range of wall and base units plus pantry storage.

SECOND FLOOR
Huge loft space with fully treated timbers. This can be converted to 4x double en-suite letting bedrooms with communal lounge.

EXTERNAL
Separate Brewery production building housing barley loft, grist case, brewing vessels, coolers and steam cleaner. Brewery office, barrel compound and air conditioned beer storage. Large workshop.

First floor under new proposals would form new private accommodation with 2 double en-suite bedrooms, office, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and dining room.

Existing private accommodation will then be converted into 6 further bedrooms, all en-suite.

Excellent extensive rear gardens with many trees and shrub borders, large lawned area and 2 large patio areas.

Garden extends some 400 feet from the premises to the River Avon and benefits from substantial mooring for boats.

20 x 8 seater garden benches, Koi pond
Second lounge with seating for approx 15

Rear restaurant/dining area with 24 covers

Commercial kitchen with side pantry 4 ring gas burner with oven under and extraction over table top, double fryer, overhead gas grill, commercial microwave, hot cupboard, 4 slice toaster, stainless steel work surfaces, double sink/drainer in stainless steel 2 x 2/3 and 1/3 fridge freezer, 2 chest freezers, ½ and ½ fridge freezer. Large below ground air conditioned beer cellar/ bottle store/ snack store etc.

 
  Location: This charming historic public house has a prime location in the beautiful market town of Pershore which is in Worcestershire. The property stands on the towns main access road with the shopping area a minutes walk away. The location is ideal, attracting locals and visiting customers alike. There is plenty of nearby parking facilities offering customers a very easy town centre access. The pub boasts extensive landscaped rear gardens located on the banks of the river Avon providing super customer facilities from spring through to autumn. Pershore lies in an affluent area of Worcestershire and is designated as of major architectural importance and is in a listed outstanding conservation area. The M5 motorway lies some 6 miles distant and provides ease of visiting and commuting.