Attractive public house
The property is locally listed and comprises of a rendered brick detached two storey building with single storey extensions. The roof is clay pitched and fenestration is wooden single glazed. The property is split into three interconnecting rooms with two bar areas and a restaurant area also providing a total of 70 covers. To the rear there are WC facilities, a rebuilt commercial kitchen, stores and beer cellar. Located at first floor level there is a lounge, domestic kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a study. Access is via a staircase located close to the bar servery. The property has an approximate Gross Internal Area of 322 sq m (3,466 sq ft). To the left of the pub is a lawned trade garden and children’s play area. Beyond this area is an external brick building with scrub land at the rear. A tarmacked car park is then located adjacent. To the left of the pub is a further trade lawned garden and then to the rear of the pub is a private garden. The site is rectangular in shape and measures approximately 0.556 acres (0.225 ha). The public house is closed and secured.
Frampton Cotterell is a village and parish in South Gloucestershire approximately 8 miles (13 km) north east of Bristol and 2 miles (4 km) west of the large town of Yate. The property occupies a prominent corner location at the junction of Clyde Road and Park Lane. Residential dwellings surround the immediate area.
Freehold with vacant possession.
We understand the property currently benefits from ‘Sui Generis’ use. The pub is not Listed (but is locally listed) nor does it sit within a conservation area.
The subject property is entered in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £11,100. The National Multiplier for England for 2020/21 is £0.512.
Energy Performance Certificate
A copy of the EPC Certificate is available upon request. A C-(74) Rating has been calculated.
Offers in excess of £500,000 are invited for the freehold interest with vacant possession.
Yate (1.5 miles)
Bristol Parkway (3.1 miles)
Patchway (3.8 miles)