Sunbury on thames is a waterside village approximately 1 mile south of sunbury proper and situated within the m25. sunbury is conveniently located for the m3 motorway and is also on the south western rail line with direct links into clapham junction (38 mins) and waterloo (48 mins).
The river thames is a short walk away and other attractions such as hampton court palace and kempton park racecourse are also nearby.
The three fishes is a timber framed, semi-detached, two storey building with single storey brick built extensions to the southern gable end and rear. sat under a plain tile roof, the property is rendered to the front.
Internally, the premises has two trade areas. the front door from the pavement leads directly into the carpeted lounge bar with a prominent fire place. off the lounge bar is a snug. the public bar with a dart board area is located within the single storey extension to the side. a central wrap around bar serves the both the lounge and public bar areas.
A small office, ladies and gents wc’s and commercial kitchen is located at ground floor. the property has a below ground cellar, accessed through the office.
At first floor, the manager’s accommodation comprises two bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes and separate lounge, kitchen / dining room.
Externally, a vehicular access is located to the side of the pub building, providing off street parking for one vehicle. the rear of site is arranged so as to provide customer seating areas. there is no customer parking.
A disused outbuilding runs along the southern eastern boundary.
A quintessential public house in the desirable village of sunbury on thames. a 16th century timber framed building, the property is well located being near both the river thames and other attractions such as hampton court palace.
The building has character and would be a good opportunity for a new operator to build upon the existing business and expand the offering.
The site area measures 0.11 acres and is available for sale freehold, with vacant possession.