The property is a detached two-storey public house building of traditional brick and tile construction with painted rendered elevations. The ground floor accommodation comprises the main trade areas including a bar and dining area (for circa 50 covers), kitchen, office, cellar and ladies and gents WCs. At first floor level there is self-contained private living accommodation which includes a kitchen, shower-room with WC and 5 other rooms, which could potentially serve as 3-4 bedrooms plus living room, or possibly (subject to necessary consents) 4-5 letting rooms.
Whinburgh is part of a small civil parish (with Westfield) located between Yaxham and Garvestone, some 5 miles south of Dereham.
The Mustard Pot occupies a prominent position on the B1135 (Dereham Road), centrally within the village.
The approximate net internal are of the ground floor is 1,184 sq ft (110 sq m) and the first floor is 708 sq ft (66 sq m), thus totalling 1,892 sq ft (176 sq m)
Externally there is a rear gravel car park.
The gross site area is approximately 0.14 acres (0.06 ha).
£295,000 for the freehold interest in the property. Full vacant possession will be available upon completion.
The Valuation Office Agency website indicates that the 2017 Rateable Value is £1,450. This is not the annual rates payable.
The rates payable will depend on the occupier's circumstances and can be obtained from either Breckland District Council or via www.gov.uk/correct-your-business-rates which includes a rates payable calculator.
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