The Rose is a mid-20th century detached estate pub. The two storey former Home Ales pub is imposingly raised above Strelley Road. Traditionally built of rendered brick elevations beneath graded Westmorland slate roofs, the accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall leading to Bar (20), with timber bar servery, perimeter seating and access to Ladies & Gents W.C.s; Lounge Bar (60), with timber bar servery, upholstered perimeter seating and raised stage. 'Middle Bar' (24), with timber bar servery, feature fireplace and upholstered perimeter seating; Public Bar (20) with timber bar servery, tiled floor, upholstered perimeter seating, space for pool table, darts throw and access to separate Ladies & Gents W.C.s and access to garden.
The property also benefits from a commercial kitchen to the rear of the bar, store room and spacious basement storage including spacious beer cellar.
The Rose enjoys spacious domestic accommodation over the upper floors with the first floor comprising of 4 bedrooms, lounge, office, refitted bathroom with walk-in shower, refitted kitchen-diner with spacious utility room off, 2nd office/store room and further store room.
To the exterior, the Rose benefits from a car park for approx 34, covered porch smoking shelter, front paved patio with picnic bench seating for 16, lawned area, private yard and a separate detached outbuilding housing skittle alley, garage and shed. The total plot are is approximately 0.6 acres in size.
The Rose is prominently located at the junction of Moor Road
and Strelley Road in the north-western outskirts of the City of
Nottingham. Strelley is an estate in Nottingham, located
approximately 3.5 miles from the City Centre, west of Aspley
and Cinderhill, south of Bulwell, west of Broxtowe and north of
Bilborough. The pub is easily accessible, being just 2 miles
from Junction 26 of the M1 Motorway and close to the A610
arterial route, the Western Boulevard ring road and the A52.