A traditional public house with 1.4 acres - great development potential (STP)
The property comprises a two and three storey building of brick and rendered stone construction under a multi pitched clay tiled roof. The building was built in 1953, and is decorated in mock Tudor style externally and internally. Externally to the front, the pub benefits from a picturesque trade garden with benches providing 48 covers. Surrounding the pub site on east, south and west elevations is a large car park with space for approximately 100 vehicles.
The property is situated in Herstmonceux, East Sussex, 9 miles north west of Bexhill and 4 miles east of Hailsham. It is situated on Windmill Hill Road at its junction with Gardner Street and Comphurst Lane. The pub fronts the main road and the surrounding area is predominantly residential.
Internally the ground floor is traditional in style with many attractive features including exposed fireplaces, beams and flagstone flooring. The premises are essentially split into a number of interconnecting rooms all surrounding a central bar servery. The main bar area is located to the right of the main entrance and this provides a number of raised dining areas (40 covers) with a pool table in the far corner. Adjacent to the main bar area on the left hand side of the entrance is the hotel reception and a rear ‘lounge’ bar area with comfortable seating and wood burner.
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