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24 licensed and leisure properties

  1. Devizes Road, Rowde, Devizes SN10

    Leisure for sale

    • £845,000
    • Car park
    • Concrete floors
    • Fruit
    • Kitchen
    • Modern

    The Business The property is located just off the A361 so is easily accessible and is in walking distance of Caen Hill Locks which is a popular local tourist attraction. Many of the guests walk into the local village to eat in The George & Dragon public house due to its local reputation for good food. The business is currently open all year round and has been in the same ownership since 2013. The business has a gross turnover of £60,553 year ending April 2018. The business is not VAT registered and is open all year round. The linen for the business is currently in house.

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  2. High St, Sherston, Malmesbury SN16 0LH

    Leisure for sale

    • Refurbished
    • Restaurant

    The Angel Hotel, Sherston is a recently renovated 17th century coaching inn in the centre of Sherston. It provides 8 recently refurbished en suite letting rooms, interlinking restaurant rooms providing circa 50/60 covers. In addition there is a large former function room and one bedroomed flat.

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  3. Cross Keys Road, Corsham SN13 0DT

    Leisure for sale

    • £195,000
    • Car park
    • Restaurant

    Detached, cottage-style public house constructed with stone elevations under pitched tiled roofs. We would highly recommend an internal inspection to fully appreciate the ambience created within the Cross Keys. There are casual bar/dining areas surrounding the central bar, and character features such as exposed stone walls, beams, split level trading, feature fireplaces. Outside there is a car park, garage, level beer garden/terrace to the rear. Please note the premises are currently closed and boarded and internal photographs were taken when the premises were trading.

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  4. Bath Road, Shaw, Melksham SN12 8EF

    Leisure for sale

    • £900,000
    • 0.71 acres
    • Car park
    • Restaurant

    The Shaw Country Hotel and Restaurant is a significant detached building dating back in parts to a 16th century farm which has more recently seen a significant extension to facilitate the functioning of this 13 bedroom hotel and restaurant. The property is approached by sweeping driveway through the lawned garden and ample parking is provided to the side and rear. As well as the 13 en suite letting rooms, the ground floor provides a bar, breakfast room/restaurant and of particular note is the function room which can cater for up to 80 people. There are 2 sets of owners' accommodation which offer further potential for conversion to letting space if required, subject to consents.

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  5. London Road, Calne SN11 0AB

    Leisure for sale

    • Car park
    • Courtyard
    • Restaurant

    Substantial former coaching inn on a prominent corner position at the junction of the A4 and A3102. The premises are constructed on basement, ground, first and second floors with rendered elevations, constructed around a central courtyard with an adjacent car park. Internally the premises offer comprehensive letting accommodation with 15 en-suite letting rooms, private accommodation, a restaurant providing up to circa 40 covers and large bar with separate pool table room. Significant potential exits for part conversion to residential.

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  6. High St, Shrivenham, Swindon SN6 8AN

    Leisure for sale

    • £475,000
    • Kitchen
    • Refurbished
    • Restaurant

    Cottage style building constructed on ground and first floors with painted elevations under a pitch tiled roof. Significantly our clients have extended the ground floor to enable reconfiguring of the toilets, kitchen and the addition of a restaurant. Of particular note is a easily manageable enclosed beer garden with adjacent covered area, providing valuable additional external seating in the warmer months.

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  7. Broad Hinton, Wiltshire, SN4 9PF

    Leisure for sale

    • £425,000
    • Car park
    • Open plan
    • Restaurant

    A detached Public House constructed on ground, first and second floors. The main bar/restaurant is L-shaped and provides casual seating, drinking and dining areas, upto a maximum of 65 covers. Of particular note is the large private accommodation on first and second floors which subject to consents could offer potential for letting rooms. In addition there are two outbuildings adjacent to the rear trade garden and car park which offer further development potential (STC).

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  8. High St, Great Bedwyn, Marlborough SN8 3NU

    Leisure for sale

    • £675,000
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Spacious
    • Train transport

    The Three Tuns is a character detached building constructed on ground and first floors with painted elevations. There is a popular beer garden which adds circa 30/40 covers in summer months plus petanque piste. Internally there is an interlinking bar and restaurant currently providing circa 45 covers but this could easily be increased to 60+. There is an extremely well equipped trade kitchen and spacious 2/3 bed private accommodation at first floor.

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  9. Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 4NQ

    Leisure for sale

    • £495,000
    • Kitchen
    • Refurbished
    • Restaurant

    The Foxham Inn has been considerably extended and refurbished the front elevation photograph does not convey the size of the premises. As well as the bar with open fire to the front there is a large restaurant with beams and feature open style kitchen to the rear, plus 2 en suite letting rooms and 2 bed private accommodation. This is a very profitable operation and an internal inspection is definitely recommended to appreciate the facilities available and condition of the property.

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  10. Former John Bull, 48 Westfield Road, Trowbridge

    Leisure for sale

    • £450,000
    • 0.61 acres
    • Car park
    • Train transport

    The subject property is located in Trowbridge, a market town located 12 miles south east of Bath and 14 miles south west of Chippenham., The property is situated prominently fronting Westfield Road, with the surrounding properties mainly semi detached and terraced residential., Trowbridge is situated between Bath and Westbury in the North of Wiltshire. Road links are good via the A361 and A36. Rail links are good with direct trains to Bath (20 mins), Bristol (40 mins) and Salisbury, (45 mins)., Large site of 0.606 acres, Prominent roadside position in residential area, Planning permission granted for 5 houses at the rear of a former public house, Potential to improve the current consent (STP), The property comprises a two storey, brick building with a pitched clay tiled roof and single glazed wooden framed fenestration. To the rear is a single storey extension. The property sits on a 0.606 acre (0.245 ha) site with the building occupying 30% of the site. To the right hand side is a driveway and to the rear a car park, comprising circa 15 spaces. Planning permission (17/04772/FUL) has been granted for: “Change of Use from Public House (use class A4) to Retail Unit (use class A1) with Flat Above with Associated Building Works and Erection of 5 Dwellings (Full)”.

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  11. Kludo, 19A Milford Street, Salisbury

    Leisure for sale

    • £600,000
    • 1,178 sq ft
    • Grade II

    Freehold property for sale situated in a city centre location. Producing an income of £60,000 per annum., Freehold Leisure Investment, Prominent corner location, Grade II* Listed, City centre location, Producing an income of £60,000 per annum, Location The property is located in Salisbury, Wiltshire, 32 kilometres (20 miles) north-west of Southampton, 48 kilometres (30 miles) south-east of Bath and 126 kilometres (78 miles) from London. The popular tourist attraction of Stonehenge is 13 kilometres (8 miles) north-west of Salisbury. Kludo is situated in the centre of Salisbury on the corner of Brown Street and Milford Street and is an end of terrace property therefore benefiting from return frontage. Nearby occupiers are mixed, with retail and office users adjacent, as well as residential. Description The building is over 300 years old and comprises a Grade II* Listed property, arranged over ground, first and floor levels. The building is brick-built with clay tiled roof and single glazed sash fenestration. Internally, the trading area is split into a number of intimate interconnecting rooms over ground and first floor and utilises many of the buildings original features. A manager's flat is provided at part first and second floor levels which is accessed internally via the venue. Accommodation We understand the buildings Gross Internal Areas are as follows:- Ground Floor - 981 Sq Ft (91.5 Sq M) First Floor - 1,178 Sq Ft (109.5 Sq M) Second Floor - N/A Floor plans will be provided upon request but the layout for each floor are provided on our sales particulars. Tenure The property is available freehold subject to an occupational lease. Tenancy The property is let to an independent tenant at £60,000 per annum on a 15 year FRI 'free of tie' lease. Reviews are 5 yearly increased in line with RPI and there is a rent deposit lodged. The lease and tenant information will be provided to bonafide parties upon request. Rating The subject property is listed in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £6,000. The National Multiplier for England and Wales for 2018/18 is £0.493. Guide Price Offers are invited in the order of £600,000, which represents a net initial yield of 9.44%, assuming usual purchaser's costs of 6.3%. Viewing All viewings must be arranged strictly by appointment with the sole agents Savills.

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  12. The Ridge, Woodfalls, Salisbury SP5 2LN

    Leisure for sale

    • £695,000
    • 0.3 acres
    • A4 Drinking establishments
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Storage

    Freehold public house for sale in the picturesque village of Woodfalls, Salisbury., The Woodfalls Inn is situated in the village of Woodfalls, a picturesque village in the New Forest National Park. It is located approximately 9 miles south east of Salisbury, 12 miles north west of Lyndhurst and 20 miles west of Southampton. The New Forest attracts an estimate 9 million visitors per year., The function room is at ground floor and provides 80 covers, a bar, a dance floor as well as a skittle alley. The first floor consists of a manager's flat with three bedrooms, bathroom, living room and kitchen. There is also another small flat at first floor level comprising one bedroom and a kitchen. There is potential to convert this floor into letting bedrooms (STP)., Prominently located in picturesque village, Freehold public house, Site area of 0.3 acres (0.121 hectares), 10 x bedrooms, large function room and skittle alley, Development potential (STP), The public house site extends to 0.3 acres (0.121 hectares) and is regular in shape with a relatively even topography. The building is of brick construction with a pitched clay tiled roof. Toward the rear of the property, there is parking for approximately 20 vehicles as well as a single storey building used for storage. Towards the front there is a trade garden providing 30 covers on benches. Internally, the pub has access from the front and rear to the bar area which comprises a standard bar servery and 45 covers. There are also intimate dining areas as well as access to the trade kitchen, located to the rear. The conservatory is also accessible and comprises 40 covers. The first and second floors comprise 10 en-suite letting rooms, 5 x double rooms, 3 x twin rooms and 2 x family rooms. All rooms are en-suite.

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  13. The Green, Biddestone, Chippenham SN14 7DG

    Leisure for sale

    • £395,000
    • 2,980 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant

    Biddestone is a charming Wiltshire village located approximately 2 miles north of the town of Corsham and 3 miles west of the historic market town of Chippenham. The Biddestone Arms occupies a corner plot in the centre of the village close to The Green. The surrounding area comprises mainly residential properties.

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  14. The Boathouse, Mill Stream Approach, Castle Street, Salisbury, SP1 3TA

    Leisure for sale

    • £275,000
    • 403.81 sq m
    • Kitchen
    • Open plan
    • Storage
    • Train transport

    The Boathouse is located 0.5 miles from the city centre of Salisbury, in Wiltshire. Salisbury has a population of 40,302 (2011 census). The mainline railway station provides links to Basingstoke and London Waterloo in 35 minutes and 90 minutes respectively. Salisbury is located approximately 19 miles (29 km) south west of Andover, 23 miles (37 km) north west of Southampton, and 23 miles (37 km) north east of Blandford Forum., The public house is prominently situated adjacent the river on Mill Stream Approach. The A36 is approximately 0.5 miles (1 km) to the north and provides direct access to Southampton and Bath in approximately 40 minutes and 70 minutes respectively., Internally, the ground floor provides an open plan trading area. To one side is a bar servery. In total there are approximately 56 covers. Ladies’ and gentlemen’s WC’s, the cellar and an office are accessed via the main bar area., At first floor level, there is a further trading area providing 38 covers. There is also a fully fitted trade kitchen, storage and a shared WC., Access to the residential element is external to the south of the property. The accommodation contains a bedroom, living room, kitchen and WC., Traditional public house in picturesque location, 1 bedroom manager’s accommodation, Trading terrace overlooking river with 100 covers, Total GIA of 4,346 sq ft (403.81 sqm), Ground (56) and first floor (38) trading areas, The Boathouse is a detached property arranged over ground and first floors. The building is of rendered brick construction. The roof is pitched with clay tiles. To the south of the site is a single storey extension of the same construction with a flat roof. By the main entrance is a paved area providing approximately 20 covers over benches. To the north of the site is another paved garden area providing 62 covers. Along the river is a further paved seating area with 38 covers and views across the river.

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  15. High St, Heytesbury, Warminster BA12 0ED

    Leisure for sale

    • £450,000
    • 3,340 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge

    Heytesbury is a charming Wiltshire village located 4 miles south east of Warminster and 18 miles north west of Salisbury. The village is situated just off the A36 and benefits from nearby attractions such as Longleat Safari Park, Stonehenge and Center Parcs at Longleat Forest. The pub fronts the High Street.

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  16. Station Road, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6JT

    Leisure for sale

    • £375,000
    • 2,740 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant

    Tisbury is a large village in Wiltshire located approximately 14 miles west of the cathedral city of Salisbury and 13 miles south east of the town of Warminster. The village has a population of around 2,250 residents. The property is situated just outside the village centre and is located adjacent to Tisbury railway station on the London Waterloo to Exeter line.

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  17. Bungalow Park Home Estate, Holders Road, Amesbury, Salisbury

    Leisure for sale

    • £2,500,000
    • 1.55 hectares
    • Business park
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Semi-detached office
    • Transport

    Bungalow Park Home Estate is an attractive and well maintained residential park home estate with potential for further development., Bungalow Park is located in the town of Amesbury, which is situated to the south of Salisbury Plain at the intersection of the A303 trunk road and the A345 Salisbury to Marlborough Road, in Wiltshire. The property has good transport links to the A303 which is situated approximately one mile to the north and connects the M3 to the A30 in Devon. The park is accessed via Holders Road, an adopted highway, with the majority of roads around the property being privately owned., Amesbury has a population of circa 10,724 (2011 Census) and is a popular retirement location with approximately 17.65% of the population being over the age of 60. The town centre, which is approximately 0.6 miles from Bungalow Park, provides an excellent range of retail and service outlets, and a Tesco supermarket has been developed on London Road, which is situated close to the park at the end of Holders Road., The business generates income mainly from pitch fees, with additional income from the letting of the seven garages and sale commissions on the sale price of any park home sold on the site by an existing park home owner., Planning permission and site licence for 70 mobile home pitches, 61 pitches currently occupied - 45 double and 16 single units, 6 vacant plots - 2 double and 4 single, Space for 3 additional homes (subject to planning and site licence conditions), 2 semi-detached one-bedroom residential units, Block of 7 garages, Rental income of £118,272.12 pa from pitches currently occupied, Rental income from garages of £1,586.16 pa, Bungalow Park has been in the ownership of the vendor's family for 12 years and has been owned personally by the vendor since 2017. The family acquired the park in 2007 since when they have continued to improve and maintain it to a high standard. The site is served by tarmac surfaced driveways which lead around the park to all of the mobile homes, except three which are accessed directly from Holders Road. These three plots offer potential for development as residential building plots, subject to planning permission. In addition it may be possible to develop three further plots on land currently occupied by seven garages and an area of grass in the centre of the park. The two semi-detached one-bedroom residential units are presently laid out as one residential property which is currently vacant and in need of refurbishment. In addition there is a small site office. Car parking is adjacent to each pitch, with a central car parking area mainly reserved for visitors.

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