Freehold public house with first floor function room occupying a prominent roadside position, The property is located in the village of Stoke Heath, Shropshire, 2.9 kilometres (1.8 miles) south east of Bromsgrove, 11.3 kilometres (7.0 miles) west of Redditch and 17.5 kilometres (10.9 miles) north east of Worcester., The Hanbury Turn is situated in the south of the village of Stoke Heath at the intersection between the A 38 and B4091. The A 38 provides access to junction 5 of the M5 to the south west and the B4091 provides access to Bromsgrove to the north east. The local facilities include the Ewe and Lamb pub (Ei Group), Bromsgrove Prep School and Barton Firtop Engineering., Bromsgrove station is 3.0 kilometres (1.9 miles) to the north east and provides services to Birmingham New Street in a journey time of approximately 30 minutes., Internally the main trading area is situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs, bar stools and sofas for 46 customers. To the rear of the ground floor are customer toilets, trade kitchen and beer cellar. A t first floor level is a function room with separate bar., The first floor is accessed from the rear circulation area and function room and comprises three rooms, office, kitchen and bathroom., The site extends to approximately 0.07 hectares (0.18 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Site extends to 0.07 hectares (0.18 acres), Prominent roadside location, First floor function room, Car park to side, Three bedroom managers accommodation, The property comprises a predominantly two storey end of terrace building with a single storey extension to the side elevation. The Hanbury Turn has painted rendered elevations beneath a pitched slate roof. Externally there is a small enclosed beer garden and smoking solution. The car park to the rear elevation provides parking for 14 vehicles.