The Copper Key is a traditional thatched public house with accommodation over two floors with private and letting accommodation at first floor level and bar, restaurant and pool room/skittle alley at ground floor level. There is a garden and small tarmac area to the front of the property with a covered smoking area to the rear.
The property is located on the edge of the historic town of North Tawton which is located approximately 7 miles east of Okehampton and 11 miles west of Crediton. There is a resident population of approximately 1,600 people and the town has recently been the location of the television series Jam and Jerusalem. The town boasts successful football and rugby teams along with all the usual amenities expected in a town of this size including convenience store, Primary school, doctor’s surgery and bank.
Character thatched public house
Substantial village free house
Full trade inventory
Offers are invited for the freehold interest in the Copper Key within the region of £320,000 to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock and glassware at valuation. We understand the trade is predominantly wet led and there is the ability to increase the food trade.
Our client would consider the issuing of a free of tie lease with terms to be agreed. Our client would only wish to issue a free of tie lease to people who are experienced in the licensed and catering trade. Our client would also consider part exchanging property for the business. Offers can be sent by post or email for the attention of Michael Easton. In order that we can give detailed consideration to all the offers received, we ask that the following information is included with your offer: The name and address of the lessee. The headline amount offered for the rent. Any rental concessions. Business plan Proof of funding References
Strictly by appointment by the sole agents.
Two storey grade II listed village Inn
Hartland is a village on the North West tip of Devon, bordered by the Atlantic and the Bristol Channel. Access is from the A39 Atlantic Coast road from Bidefordto Bude. The village has a reported population of 1,724 (2011 census) and a greater ward population of 3,019. The village has two other public houses, post office, stores and a local artist following with Pottery and Studio. The Hart Inn is situated in the centre of the village on the square, adjacent to the free public car park.
Grade II listed village Inn Close to coast and A39 Atlantic Coast Highway Customer car park and beer garden Ground floor public bar, dining room and games room Three bedroom owner's accommodation Excellent freehold opportunity
Prime Waterside Development Opportunity
Situated in Bideford, a flourishing market town in North Devon, the site occupies a prominent waterside position on Barnstaple Street, on the east side of the River Torridge and is adjacent to the Grade I Listed Long Bridge. The site is bordered by the Wooda Doctors Surgery to the north, Barnstaple Street to the east, land owned by the Royal Hotel to the south and the River Torridge to the west.
The property lies within the jurisdiction of Toridge District Council (TDC) whose planning policies are contained within the Torridge District Local Plan (2004). The Local Plan strongly supports the development of the site for commercial, leisure and tourism uses. The site benefits from Full Planning Permission (Ref:1/0578/2014/FULM) which was granted in July 2015 for a mixed use development comprising of 52 residential units, approximately 763 sq m (8,213 sq ft) of commercial space, car parking, marina and associated development.
The property is available for sale freehold.
Winkleigh is a growing village in mid-Devon, south west England with a population at the 2011 census of 1,305. Winkleigh is located approximately 28 miles north west from the city of Exeter, and benefits from its location just 11 miles north from the top of Dartmoor National Park.
Property inspection and viewing strictly by appointment. No direct approach may be made to the business.