• Freehold available with vacant possession
• Town centre pub positioned at the heart of Kettering's 'circuit'
• Traditional bar areas, large dancefloor and private accommodation above
• External trade courtyard to the rear
• Suitable for alternative uses (stpp)
The Prince of Wales is a 2-storey end-of-terrace property with a slate roof.
The internal trading area is traditionally laid out with a single, long servery. There is an area to the rear of the bar which is often used for live music (with dancefloor). In addition, there is a lounge and games room. There is a ground floor cellar along with male, female and disabled WCs.
On the first floor there is private accommodation consisting of 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and lounge.
Outside, there is an enclosed trade courtyard to the rear with bench-style seating, some of which is covered by a smoking solution.
The area of the site is 431m² and the ground floor footprint (GEA) of the public house extends to 2,918ft².
Measurements are taken from digital mapping and are approximate.
We are advised the premises is not Listed but does fall within a Conservation Area.
It is recommended purchasers make their own enquiries to the local authority, which is Kettering Borough Council.
Fixtures & Fittings
All trade fixtures & fittings remaining in the property on completion owned by the vendor will be included in the sale. The sale excludes any third party owned items such as beer raising equipment.
Our client has never operated the business during their ownership and therefore does not have access to trading information.
Rates & Charges
£10,440 per annum (based on a rateable value of £21,750).
£1,108.52 per annum (Band A).
Kettering is a town in Northamptonshire with a population of c. 56,226 in the town and 93,475 in the borough, according to the 2011 census. It is positioned approximately 15 miles north east of Northampton. The Prince of Wales is positioned on Job’s Yard on the town centre ‘circuit’.