Planning permission granted. Prominent position on A264 duel carriageway between Horsham and Crawley.
The proposed plans under reference DC/19/192 aim to remove the existing bar and toilet within the main section of the building along with the modern rear extensions, and will be replaced with a new kitchen and toilet facilities located in the new extension. A take away
‘drive thru’ solution will also be provided.
The new extension is conceived as three sliding bars of accommodation and will run parallel to the existing building and echo its local vernacular of pitched roofs and ‘long barn’ arrangement.
A glazed link will provide new access into the building whilst the existing main entrance will be retained. Please note there may be potential to alter these plans to suit specific user requirements, subject to planning.
The Cherry Tree Inn is located on Crawley Road in Faygate. Faygate is a village in the Horsham district of West Sussex.
It lies on the A264 road 3.4 miles (5.4km) south west of Crawley. It has a railway station on the Arun Valley Line with trains connecting to London and Portsmouth.
The village of Faygate is directly north west of Colgate, across the A264 road and west of Kilnwood Vale. Other nearby settlements
include Lambs Green, Rusper and Pease Pottage.
The immediate surroundings consist of open fields in a rural setting, with a small number of residential dwellings. The main A264 runs to the south of the public house and has over 30,000 traffic movements a day.
Description - Existing
The property comprises a two storey detached building with painted elevations under a pitched tiled roof. There are single story extensions to the right and rear elevations.
Internally, the existing public house is traditional in style with exposed beams throughout and two fire places at either end of the main trading area. Upon entering the building at ground floor level is an imposing bar servery and public bar area, a private dining area is located to the far right. A trade kitchen and cellar is located to the rear of the property, with WC facilities also located close by.
First floor level is accessed close to the bar servery and comprises managers accommodation and includes a kitchen, lounge and 4 bedrooms.
Externally, to the north of the site is a pub garden and terrace area, with a good sized car park to the east.
The property is Grade II listed, however it is not located within a conservation area. The local authority is Horsham District Council.
Planning permission has been granted under reference DC/19/1912 for change of use of the existing public house to restaurant/take away use and erection of a single storey extension. Further details can be found at www.horsham.gov.uk. A data room is also available upon request.
The property is available freehold with vacant possession. Pre-let leasehold basis also considered, subject to seller completing works to agreed shell finish.
The business is now permanently closed. Please note that no trade information is available.
Fixtures & Fittings
The fixtures and fittings are owned outright and are included within the sale. The Vendor will not provide an inventory schedule and those items left on the day of completion will transfer.
Offers in excess of £550,000 are invited for the freehold interest.
Faygate (0.7 miles)
Littlehaven (1.4 miles)
Warnham (2.7 miles)