• Traditional town centre pub property
• Open plan bars, dining areas & spacious catering kitchen
• Includes upper floor ancillary accommodation & managers flat
• Potential for a range of alternative uses, subject to planning
• Edge of Lake District market town
Penrith is a market town located on the north east fringe of the Lake District with a population of around 16,000 and catchment population of around 45,000. It has excellent transport links being at the junction of the M6 motorway and the A66 trans-Pennine trunk road and has a Station on the west coast main line linking London and Glasgow. Major retailers in the town include Argos, Morrison’s, B & Q, Booths, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, W H Smith, Boots and Sports Direct. The property is situated in the town centre fronting Little Dockray, a pedestrianised shopping street.
The General Wolfe is an historic Grade II stone terrace building which has been modernised internally to provide open plan bar and seating areas on the ground floor, catering kitchens and stores on the first floor and living accommodation on the second floor.
Licensed Area 218 sqm
Total Area 465 sqm
Open Plan Bar with fixed and loose seating, bar servery with access to basement beer cellar and leading to
Conservatory Lounge Area
Rear Lounge Area
Ladies, Gents & Disabled Toilets
4 Store Rooms
Managers Flat with Living Room, Kitchen, Bathroom and Bedroom
All references to areas and dimensions are deemed to be approximate.
We are advised that mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. No warranty is given regarding the working order of any appliances or services referred to in these particulars.
We are advised the property is freehold and will be sold with vacant possession.
Description in list: Public House & Premises
Rateable Value: £27,000
The rateable value is not the rates payable and prospective tenants or purchasers should make their own inquiries with respect to the rating liability.
Fixtures and Fittings
The vendor is not including any items of furniture; equipment, trade fixtures and fittings. Any that are left post completion are not warranted for their suitability, safety or ownership. The vendors will not be supplying an inventory. Items that are owned by third parties will be excluded from the sale and will be removed from the property, these items may include ; gaming and vending machines; pool tables; items that are subject to rental or hire purchase agreements; beer flow monitoring equipment; beer raising and dispense equipment are also owned by third parties although these will usually remain on site in accordance with the “national brewers agreement”.
Prospective purchasers or tenants should satisfy themselves that their proposed use complies with all planning regulations by making inquiries with the local planning authority.
Is accommodation included?:
PUBLIC HOUSE IN PENRITH, CUMBRIA