Milford Haven

£120,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A WELL KNOWN AND PROMINENTLY POSITIONED DETACHED PUB PROVIDING SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION WITH VARIOUS COMMERCIAL POSSIBILITIES (S TO C)

(Note - VAT will be added to the purchase price)

GENERAL

Sir Charles Whetham is an impressive Pub standing on the Murray Road/Pill Road/Pill Lane corner close to The Rath and the Milford Haven Waterway. It is the only Pub within the south-eastern suburbs of Milford Haven.

Sir Charles Whetham was Lord Mayor and Sheriff of London during the 1870s. Apparently he had business connections with Milford Docks.

The Pub has, subject to consent, various development potential to include a Restaurant (perhaps an Indian or Chinese), a Care Home, Offices or Flats or indeed for use as a large House. In any event, the Property requires various attention and refitting. Furthermore, the stone Outbuilding and Attic also have conversion possibilities.

The sizeable south and west facing Beer Garden is a special feature and there would appear to be ample space for an extension if required. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Planning Department of Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437 764551.

With some approximate dimensions, the accommodation briefly comprises:-

Porch

Bar/Restaurant

48'0' x 26'5' (14.63m x 8.05m) max. narrowing to 17'3' (5.26m). Double aspect - five windows in all, deep and attractive Servery.

Lobby

Access to:-

Beer Cellar

13'11' x 12'6' (4.24m x 3.81m)

Toilets

Ladies (x 2) Gents and Disabled.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Split level, access up to Attic Stores.

Commercial Kitchen

17'0' x 10'7' (5.18m x 3.23m) South-facing, double bowled sink, dumb waiter connecting down to Servery.

Living Room/Bedroom 1

18'4' x 13'0' (5.59m x 3.96m) overall. Two windows to front. (Note - this room could be sub-divided in order to create an Additional Bedroom)

Bedroom 2

15'6' x 8'3' (4.72m x 2.51m) Double aspect to front with distant glimpse of the Haven.

Bedroom 3

13'7' x 8'0' (4.14m x 2.44m) Dormer to front.

Bedroom 4

10'0' x 9'5' (3.05m x 2.87m) Front window.

Kitchen 2

10'0' x 8'5' (3.05m x 2.57m) Rear window, refitted a few years ago, door to external staircase.

Bathroom

10'7' x 5'11' (3.23m x 1.80m) overall. Bath and wash hand basin, plumbing for washing machine.

Separate WC

OUTSIDE

The Pub stands behind a deep paved and pebbled Open Forecourt/Pavement. Side Yard with open Store (approx.18'0' x 6'6' (5.49m x 1.98m)). Traditional stone Outbuilding (approx. 25'0' x 15'0' (7.62m x 4.57m) which has possible potential including as a Bar or Kiosk for the Beer Garden. Sizeable south and west facing Beer Garden - mainly lawned and having rear pedestrian access.

SERVICES ETC (NONE TESTED)

All mains connected. Gas fired central heating.

CONTENTS

All the furniture and the like which remains in the Pub will be included in the sale. An Inventory will be prepared in due course.

TENURE

We understand that this is Freehold (Land Registry Title No. WA866957). The Pub will be sold with full vacant possession.

The Owner's preference is to sell but a Lease may be considered.

TRADE

The Pub is not trading at present. No Trading Accounts are available. However, the owner is prepared to discuss previous Takings and the like with potential buyers.

LICENCE

It is understood that there is a suitable Premises Licence (Ref: PEMBS/PREMS/N/0106) which includes consent for live and recorded music plus functions etc..

DIRECTIONS

Enter Milford from the north side along the A4076. Turn left onto Pill Road immediately before the Imperial Garage. Continue for another few hundred yards and Sir Charles Whetham will be found on the right hand side at the Pill Lane junction.

Arrange viewing 01646 278284

Guy Thomas & Co

33 MAIN STREET, PEMBROKE, DYFED

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