The Red Lion is believed to date back to the 17th century and is the only remaining timber framed building in the village. The brick-built detached property is of two and single storeys, beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall, accessed from the car park, leading to the main bar with a timber bar servery, seating approx 36, part tiled floor, beamed ceiling and feature fireplaces. In addition the pub has a small Dining Room which can accommodate approx 20 covers. An inner hallway off the main bar provides access to the Ladies & Gents W.C.s.
The pub also benefits from a commercial kitchen with prep/wash-up room and a basement beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation is located over the first floor and briefly comprises, two bedrooms, lounge, domestic kitchen (3rd bedroom) and bathroom with separate W.C.
To the exterior the property benefits from a large car park with approximately 40 spaces, a large trade beer garden, laid to lawn with shrub borders.To the rear of the property is an enclosed private garden which provides access to brick built and wooden storage sheds . There is also further access to a large private lawned garden which also was previously used as an allotment and herb garden. The overall plot size measures 0.846 acres.
The Red Lion is situated on Newport Road (A519), the busy
main road running through the hamlet of Sutton. The pub
is just 3 miles from Newport which is regarded as one of
Shropshire’s most affluent towns; and Stafford with its M6
connection and Railway station is approximately 12
miles.Sutton is a much sought after residential location which
sits on the Shropshire/Staffordshire borders beside the main