A 3-storey end of terrace, brick-built property of painted elevations beneath pitched roofs with a single storey extension to the rear. The property has been completely refurbished throughout by our clients to provide an excellent public house that's a credit to the local community. The ground floor briefly comprises a front entrance hall leading to the Public Bar with refurbished timber bar servery, new flooring, perimeter and freestanding seating, darts throw and step up to spacious Pool Area with wooden flooring, part wood-panelled walls, further seating and access to the rear garden. The Lounge Bar has been remodelled and redecorated and briefly comprises bar servery, upholstered perimeter seating, feature fireplace, part tiled floor and rear area with further seating, darts throw and access to the rear. The property also includes Ladies and Gents W.C.s, a commercial catering kitchen with staff W.C. and rear fridge/freezer store with new fridge appliances and basement beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation is over the upper floors and benefits from recent redecoration throughout. The first floor comprises of 3 bedrooms, large lounge/diner, good sized refitted domestic kitchen and stairs to the second floor which has two additional bedrooms.
To the exterior, the Ship benefits from a rear car park with approximately 14 spaces, paved rear patio with picnic bench seating for 20 and 2-storey brick-built barns used for outdoor storage.
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Situated in the centre of a pleasant village suburb of Hull with a population of 12,649 as of the 2011 census and an average age of 39 yrs. The pub lies opposite the Grade I Listed, 13th century St James' church, one of the earliest brick-built churches in the country. Sutton lies approximately 3 miles north of the A63 and the centre of Kingston upon Hull and 7.5 miles south east of Beverley.