• Attractive pub positioned amongst an affluent south Cambridgeshire catchment
• Major recent two-storey extension increasing trading capacity and private accommodation
• Extensive trade garden with panoramic countryside views
• Currently closed but with a long-established excellent local reputation
• Site area- 0.41 acres (approx)
• A new letting will also be considered, subject to terms
The Pheasant is a detached two storey rendered and painted property with pitched tiled roof. The property has been recently extended by the current owners to add both further internal covers and a further domestic bedroom on the first floor.
The primary entrance to the Pheasant leads into the atmospheric main bar area. Here, circa 50 covers are served by a brick built servery. An inglenook fireplace is present along with male & female WCs.
The well-equipped commercial kitchen is situated to the rear of the bar, along with spacious prep area and dry store. A beer cellar is also present at basement level.
The immaculate private accommodation now consists of four double bedrooms, large lounge and bathroom.
Externally, the property provides a large raised trade garden with panoramic countryside views. Access to the garden is gained from a shingle car park which provides space for 12-15 vehicles. Further on and off street parking is also available.
The area of the site is approximately 0.41 acres, as measured from digital mapping.
We are advised that the property is not Listed but does fall within a Conservation Area. The property is registered as an Asset of Community Value (ACV).
Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries to South Cambridgeshire District Council at www.scambs.gov.uk.
Freehold offers are sought in the region of £495,000. The property is not elected for VAT.
Alternatively, a new 'free of tie' letting will be considered, subject to terms.
Fixtures & Fittings
All trade fixtures & fittings are included in the sale.
The business is not currently operating however it has an excellent trading history. With the addition of further internal trading space, the Pheasant presents a great opportunity for a purchaser to invest in a great asset in a hugely desirable location.
Rates & Charges
Rateable Value: £27,500.
The government has introduced a business rates holiday for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses in England for the 2020 - 2021 tax year. The business may also be eligible for relief when rates are re-introduced. Prospective purchasers are advised to make enquiries to South Cambridgeshire DC.
Great Chishill is an affluent village in South Cambridgeshire located off the B1039 between Saffron Walden and Royston with easy reach to Cambridge via the A505/M11.
Shepreth Wildlife Park, Wimpole Hall and the Imperial War Museum at Duxford are nearby and easy access to Luton and Stansted airports is also enjoyed.