The property is located in Windsor, Berkshire, 4.8 kilometres (3 miles) west of Windsor town centre, 8 kilometres (5 miles) south of Maidenhead and 11 kilometres (7 miles) north of Ascot., The Duke of York is prominently positioned on St Leonards Road (B3022) which is to the south of Windsor in an area known as ‘Spital’. The immediate vicinity is mixed in uses with residential and retail mostly present., Internally the trading area provides a total of 30 covers with loose tables and chairs surrounding an L-shaped bar servery positioned to the right of the entrance. Within this area is an open fire-place., The ground floor also provides ladies and gent’s WC facilities and a cellar, which is accessed behind the bar., The first floor provides three bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and a bathroom., The site extends to approximately 0.093 hectares (0.230 acres)., The property is connected to mains services., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Attractive affluent location, Site extends to 0.093 hectares (0.230 acres), Existing use refurbishment potential, Alternative use potential (STP), The property comprises a detached building which is two storey detached with single storey extensions to both side elevations. The main building is painted, with a hipped and slate tiled roof and single glazed fenestration. Externally to the front there is a 13 space tarmacadam car park with brick painted former garage and store towards the rear, with double pitched slate tiled roof. To the far rear right of the site is a part paved, part lawned trade garden with seating provided. A large smoking shelter is also constructed adjacent to the rear entrance.