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  1. The Corner House, 71 North Walls, Winchester, SO23 8DA

    Leisure for sale

    • £600,000
    • 146 sq m
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Open plan
    • Reception
    • Storage

    Sought after city centre public house in the historic city of Winchester., Winchester has a population of 45,184 and the wider City of Winchester district is 116,800 (2001 Census). Winchester is located 65 miles south west of London and 13 miles north of Southampton on the western edge of the South Downs National Park., Sought after city centre public house, 400 metres from main High Street and train station, Ground floor bar and ancillary GIA 146 sqm (1,571 sq ft), First floor living accommodation and ancillary 93 sqm (1,001 sq ft), Public car park and higher education facilities nearby, Sale of alcohol permitted until 12:30am Friday and 12:00am Saturday - Thursday, Affluent and historic cathedral city, Sought after city centre public house that occupies a prominent end of terrace position and is arranged over ground and first floors under a pitched slate roof. There is a single storey flat roof extension to the rear. There is a parcel of land demised to the property facing Parchment Street available for customer seating (subject to Pavement Licence). The property is located on the corner of North Walls and Parchment Street which connects the amenities of the main High Street 400 metres to the south. The ground floor benefits from an open plan trade area that currently seats around 60 customers and bar server. The first floor provides living accommodation comprising one bedroom, reception, kitchen and bathroom. Ancillary space is located in three separate rooms and provides office, spirit/dry storage and walk-in-fridge.

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  2. Queen's Head, 1 Portsmouth Road, Fishers Pond, Eastleigh, SO50 7HF

    Leisure for sale

    • £725,000
    • 6,088 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan
    • Storage

    The public house benefits from a picturesque location close to Fisher’s Pond, on the corner of Portsmouth Road and Winchester Road., The Queen’s Head is located in Fisher’s Pond in Colden Common, a village in Hampshire. Southampton Parkway Station is the main station for the area and provides direct routes to London Waterloo in 75 minutes. Colden Common is located approximately 4.5 miles (7 km) north of Southampton, 9 miles (14 km) south of Winchester, and 7.5 miles (12 km) east of Romsey., The public house benefits from a prominent roadside location close to Fisher’s Pond, on the corner of Portsmouth Road and Winchester Road. Portsmouth Road connects the property to the M27, located approximately 4.5 miles to the south. The neighbourhood is predominantly made up of rural land and housing. The property is on the edge of the South Downs National Park and is approximately 1 mile (2 km) from Marwell Zoo and 3 miles (5 km) from the M3., The ground floor trading area is open plan in style with some split level flooring. There is a large bar servery and 100 covers over tables and chairs. There is also a large function room which can accommodate up to 50 seated guests. To the back of house, behind the bar, are a fully fitted trade kitchen with walk in fridge and 3 storage rooms. Ladies’ and gentlemen’s WC’s are located close to the main entrance., Substantial public house in picturesque semi-rural location, Good sized open plan ground floor trading areas, 3 bedroom manager’s accommodation with potential to extend, Of interest to operators & investors, Total ground floor GIA of 6,088 sq ft (566 sqm), The Queen’s Head is a detached property arranged over first and second floors. The building is of predominantly brick construction with the uppers being of stone construction. The roof is pitched with clay tiles. There is also a single storey extension to the north of the site of brick and stone construction with a slate roof and a single storey extension to the front providing conservatory seating. By the main entrance is an external seating area with 54 covers and a children’s play area. To the front of the site closest the road is a trade garden with approximately 120 covers across loose benches. The car park is at the entrance and rear of the site and provides approximately 60 spaces.

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  3. Hunters Inn Public House, Cott Street, Swanmore, Hampshire

    Leisure for sale

    • £750,000
    • 0.49 hectares
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house for sale in affluent village location in South Downs National Park., The Hunters Inn public house is located in the village of Swanmore (population c.3,000) in the Meon Valley close to the South Downs but within 15 miles of the conurbations of Bishops Waltham, Fareham, Portsmouth, Southampton, Winchester and Waterlooville. The property occupies a prominent position on a cross roads to the east of Swanmore. Botley Railway Station is located approximately 5.2 miles to the south west., Prior to its closure the pub operated as a destination venue 'real ale, food-led' pub., Offers are invited in the region of £750,000 for the freehold interest with Vacant Possession including all fixtures and fittings. VAT will be applicable on the sale price., Closed and boarded freehold public house with Vacant Possession, Separate four bedroom owner' accommodation, Affluent village location in South Downs National Park, Substantial trade garden and car park, Site area of 1.20 acres (0.486 hectares), Development potential (subject to planning and necessary consents), Alternative community uses (subject to planning and necessary consents), The property comprises a large detached public house arranged over basement, ground and first floor occupying a 1.20 acres (0.486 hectares) site. The property has an approximately Gross Internal Area of 878 sq m (9,541 sq ft). The public house ceased trading in June 2019 and is now closed and boarded. All fixtures and fittings which remain in the property will be included in the sale. Internally, the pub is split into three interconnecting rooms which includes an intimate lounge bar and two restaurant areas. There are two sets of ladies' and gentlemen's toilets provided. The ancillary accommodation at the property is extensive with a large commercial kitchen and separate washing up area. A separate building which is linked via a walkway to the main building providing a further kitchen, butchery, bakery and washing up area. There substantial trade garden and car park which provides approximately 40 spaces.

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  4. Whitchurch, Hampshire, RG28 7LH

    Leisure for sale

    • £475,000
    • Car park

    A detached two storey brick built property with painted elevations under a pitch tiled roof. The property reputedly dates back to the 16th Century. Car parking for 16 vehicles. Customer garden.

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  5. Standford Cottage, Standford Lane, Bordon GU35 8RA

    Leisure for sale

    • 3,476 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant

    The former Whiteleys family restaurant is located on Standford Lane in the village of Standford. The property is set back from the road and Standford Lane links the A31 and Farnham to the north and the A3 and Liphook to the south.

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  6. 1 Manor Farm Road

    Leisure for sale

    • £250,000
    • 2,067 sq ft
    • Cafe
    • Kitchen
    • Office space
    • Restaurant

    Bitterne Park is located to the east of the city centre on the east side of Cobden Bridge. The subject property is located close to The Triangle and is surrounded by an established densley populated residential area. The property is located on Manor Farm Road fronting Whitworth Crescent and comprises a ground floor restaurant with a kitchen at the rear and first floor ancillary space.

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  7. The George Inn, St. Mary Bourne, Andover

    Leisure for sale

    • £495,000
    • 0.29 acres
    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant

    Freehold public house in affluent village location for sale., The property is situated in the centre of the village of St. Mary Bourne. St. Mary Bourne is a small village and civil parish in the Basingstoke and Deane district of Hampshire. It lies in the valley of the Bourne Rivulet, a tributary of the River Test 5 miles north east of the town of Andover., The property is available freehold with vacant possession on completion., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Prominent affluent village location, Grade II Listed, 15 vehicle car park at rear, Extensive owner's accommodation with two letting rooms, Of interest to pub and restaurant users, The property comprises a Grade II Listed, two storey building of traditional brick and flint elevations with single glazed sash fenestration throughout under a slate tiled pitched roof. The ground floor trade area is traditional in style with the bar area positioned centrally and dining areas to the right (60) and left (50). There is also a entertainment area on the left hand side with pool table. The kitchen is located to the rear beyond the left hand dining areas. The first floor provides owners accommodation which includes 3 double bedrooms, kitchen / living room, bathroom and two en-suite letting bedrooms. Externally, there is a tarmacadam car park to the rear for 15 vehicles and a paved trade area with seating directly adjacent to the rear of the pub.

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