- Freehold sale of superbly presented village freehouse
- Offers in the region of £550,000 (exc VAT if applicable)
- Comprehensively refurbished and restored during the vendor's ownership
- Main bar and restaurant catering for 60+ covers
- Well-equipped commercial trade kitchen with prep area
- 3 bedroom private accommodation with domestic kitchen
- EPC rating: C (72)
The Inn on the Green dates back to c. 1898 and is a substantial, detached two storey property under pitched slate roof. The ground floor provides highly characterful and flexible trade space and boasts a variety of attractive period features such as high ceilings, decorative cornicing, ceiling roses, chandeliers, sash windows and an open fireplace. The trade areas include a spacious bar area, secondary bar and restaurant dining room. In total these areas cater to 60+ covers. A rear corridor provides access to male and female WCs with an external door leading to the car park.
The back of house consists of a well-equipped trade kitchen with commerical extraction with ancillary prep room, dry store and a basement cellar. The whole property has been re-wired during the vendor's ownership.
On the first floor there is well-appointed private accommodation comprising three bedrooms (two doubles, both with en-suites), kitchen/dining room, lounge and study.
Outside, there is an enclosed trade courtyard with potted plants and loose seating for a further c. 30 covers, a re-roofed barn with power connected and a shingle dedicated car park for c. 20 vehicles.
The area of the public house site and car park is 0.24 acres. The ground floor footprint (GEA) extends to 256m² (2,750ft²), excluding outbuildings. These measurements are taken from digital mapping and are approximate.
We understand the property is not Listed but does fall within a Conservation Area. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries to Breckland Council https://www.breckland.gov.uk/
Fixtures & Fittings
All trade fixtures & fittings are included in the sale, save for a small number of personal items which will be pointed out upon viewing. Stock will be bought in addition, at valuation, on completion.
The business has achieved net sales of c. £350,000 for the y/e 5th April 2018. Detailed financial information can be made available to genuinely interested parties.
Rates & Charges
£7,680.00 per annum (based on a Rateable Value of £16,000)
£1156.84 per annum (Band A)
New Buckenham is a picturesque medieval village centred on an ancient green situated 4 miles South East of Attleborough with easy access to the main London Road (A11). To the South West of the village lies Banham Zoo, the region’s premier animal-based tourist attraction. The Inn on the Green occupies a corner plot next at the heart of the village, overlooking the village green.