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2 bedroom pub for sale

High Street, Gretton, NN17


Property Description

Full description

Early interest and viewing is highly recommended
Advised annual turnover of £114,161 net of vat
Village location in Gretton, Northamptonshire
Owners’ 2 bedroom accommodation
Established since the 1600’s
Freehold terraced property
Genuine retirement sale
Scope for food
Wet sales only
Free of tie


This character freehold public house is located in the highly desirable village of Gretton in Northamptonshire. It’s situated 3 miles from Corby and 9 miles from Kettering and is one of the many London commuter villages and has a population of around 2,500 people. It’s accessed via the A43 and A6003 which is just off the busy A14 and is the main route between Rugby, Huntingdon and Cambridge, the M1 motorway is also in close proximity. It has many local attractions to offer, those being, Rockingham Castle, Rockingham Speedway, Kirby Hall, Rutland Water Nature Reserve and is a great area for Trout fishing.

Business History

Meridian Business Sales are privileged to offer to the market this character and well respected public house. The business has a wealth of trading history and dates back to the 1600’s and has been in the careful hands of our client for 9 years. This superb concern is only being offered to the market due to our client’s wish to retire. During our client’s ownership they have gone to considerable expense and effort on the presentation of the property and are very generously including fixtures and fittings in the sale price which is a huge plus for a new owner as additional funds will not need to be spent for some time. The pub is one of three in the village but this is the only free house and acts as a meeting place and has a good cross section of customers and benefits from regular repeat business. It attracts many sporting groups such as golf societies, summer darts league and annual local shooting events. The business is owner operated and has 3 part time members of staff. We believe the business has further scope to increase turnover by adding a conservatory restaurant at the rear and introduce dry sales. Early viewing is highly recommended as this rare opportunity cannot be missed.

Financial Profile
Turnover: £114,161pa

We are advised freehold

Opening Hours
Monday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Wednesday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Friday: 4:30pm - 12:00am
Saturday: 12:30pm - 12:30am
Sunday: 12:30pm - 11:00pm

Character terraced stone built property, comprising:


Front bar with servery, glass wash, darts board, TV, seating and open fire

Back bar with servery, seating, TV, and open fire

Ladies toilets

Gents toilets

Kitchen briefly comprising of:

Fully fitted with sink drainer

4 ring electric hob and oven

Work surfaces

Under counter fridges

Meeting room or dining room for 16

Cellar (benefiting from an automatic beer line cleaning system)


Double bedroom with spirits store and safe


Double bedroom

Shower room with shower, toilet and wash basin


Rear beer garden with picnic tables

Wooden storage shed with ice machine

Detached beer store

Rear driveway with owners’ parking for 2 vehicles.

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