The White Hart is an attractive and substantial two and single storey detached
property of stone and brick construction beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. The
pub boasts two spacious trading areas with the accommodation briefly
comprising a Lounge Bar with bar servery and seating for approximately 60 covers.
The Public Bar also seats 60 covers, with bar servery, raised stage area, pool area
and darts throw. The pub also benefits from Ladies & Gents W.C.s, a good sized
commercial kitchen, large basement beer cellar and storage rooms.
The extensive domestic accommodation is situated over the ground and first floors
and briefly comprises 6 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and bathroom. Ground floor
footprint of the property is approximately 461m2 / 4968ft2.
To the exterior, the property benefits from a rear beer garden, mainly laid to lawn
with picnic bench seating for c. 20, a covered gazebo providing a sheltered smoking
solution. To the front of the pub is a patio area with benches and large car park to
the side for 24 vehicles. The overall plot size is approximately 0.468 acres.
The White Hart is situated in a prominent position at the end of
the High Street in ‘Corby Old Village’. The pub is close to Corby
railway station which opened in 2009 and a number of
amenities in close proximity. Surrounding the pub are a
number of residential properties and the property backs onto
local parkland. Corby is located 23 miles north-east of the
county town, Northampton. At the 2011 Census the town had a
population of 54,92 and the borough had a population of