The Star is a 17th Century traditional coaching inn, located in the affluent Hampshire village of East Tytherley which is approximately 6.8 miles (10.9 km) north of Romsey, midway between the two cathedral cities of Salisbury to the west and Winchester to the east. The local area is popular for walkers and cyclists as well as anglers. Both the River Test and Dun are close by. The East Tytherley Cricket Club ground is situated to the rear of the property and the public house has long standing ties with the club.
The property comprises the main 2 storey building and a single storey extension which has been converted into 2 letting rooms, with an additional detached block of 3 further letting rooms facing the cricket ground. The public house has a dominant main bar with circa 30 covers and enjoys a wealth of original character features including exposed wooden beams and an inglenook fireplace. A separate breakfast/ dining room/restaurant provides adaptable space for circa 40 covers.
Ancillary areas to the rear of the property include a fully equipped catering kitchen, dry store, ground level cellar and rear yard. A mobile home is also located to the rear of the property which has been historically taken up by staff when required. The owners accommodation on the first floor comprises 3 bedrooms and a self contained kitchen breakfast room.
Externally the property benefits from a trade garden which surrounds the pub on two sides and a substantial car park which leads directly onto the cricket ground.
ASSIGNMENT OF EXISTING FREE OF TIE LEASE with passing rent of £30,000 per annum
Currently closed for refurbishment
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The premises are available by assignment of the existing free of tie lease, the current leaseholders are overseeing a substantial refurbishment of the property which has been closed during the refurbishment programme.
Affluent Hampshire Village