The public house benefits from customer seating for approximately 100 on the ground floor and in excess of 130 externally., The Park Tavern is located in the sought-after suburb of Wandsworth approximately 6.5 miles (10.5 kms) south west of Central London. The property is 0.6 miles (1 km) from Southfields underground station and Wandsworth High Street., The immediate area comprises a variety of independent retail businesses surrounded by a residential properties. Road connections in the area are good with the A3 (West Hill) located 0.6 miles (1.0km) to the north. The area is administered by the London Borough of Wandsworth., The Park Tavern is a restored period property that retains a number of attractive features including wood panel walls, a feature fireplace and an imposing bar servery. The ground floor customer area is open plan and provides customer seating for 100. There are two separate street entrances to the front and one to the rear beer garden. Ancillary space includes a trade kitchen, food preparation area and customer WCs. Cold room and storage facilities are located at basement level., The first floor comprises a self-contained flat with two bedrooms, large reception and kitchenette, bathroom and WC. The second floor comprises three bedrooms, a kitchenette and WC., Leasehold tenure. We understand the premises are held on the remainder of 30 year Heineken lease from 7 June 1996 (expiring 2026 within the protection of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1954). The current passing rent is £76,500 per annum exclusive with the next review in June 2021. The lease is free of time on bottled beers, wine, spirits and minerals and tied on draught beers and draft and bottled ciders and ales., Substantial former coaching inn located between Southfields and Wandsworth, Elegant ground floor customer areas (100), Walled beer garden and terraced areas (130), Densely populated and affluent residential area of South West London, Potential to add B&B rooms (subject to planning and consents), Established business with potential to develop trade, An end terrace public house of brick construction over basement, ground and two upper floors with single storey pitched and flat roof extensions to the side and rear. The property benefits from external customer areas to the rear and front.