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The Newlands Inn, 45-47 Newland Street, Eynsham, Witney, OX29 4LD


Savills, Southampton - Licensed Leisure
2,702 sq. ft.
(251 sq. m.)
Pub for sale

Key features

  • Traditional character Grade II listed public house
  • Located in an affluent village west of Oxford
  • Ground floor bar seats approximately 32 customers in two sections
  • External customer areas to rear and front
  • Includes four bedroom living accommodation over two floors
  • Scope to develop business
  • Guide price £445,000 plus VAT

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

The Newlands Inn is arranged over basement, ground, first and attic floors and occupies an end of terrace location. The property is of stone construction under a pitched tile roof.

The ground floor comprises a two section open plan customer area with a bar servery with seating for approximately 32. Character features include flagstone floor, low beam ceiling and two fireplaces. Ancillary space includes a trade kitchen, small wash-up area and one set of customer WCs to the rear with a basement cellar. Located externally is an outbuilding containing a second set of customer WCs.

At first floor are two bedrooms, reception and kitchen. At second floor attic level are two further bedrooms, each benefit from separate stairwell access.

Located to the rear of the property is a small enclosed courtyard which can accommodate approximately 24 customers. Further customer seating for 18 is situated on the grass verge opposite the property (across Newlands Street). We understand this area is held on a long standing informal agreement. A car park to the front of the property accommodates 6 vehicles. Unrestricted parking is available on the surrounding roads.

The Newlands Inn is located in the village of Eynsham approximately 6 miles north west of Oxford and 0.6 miles south of the main A40 which links London (via the M40) and the Cotswolds. Eynsham is one of the largest communities in West Oxfordshire with a population of 4,650 (2011 Census). The Newlands Inn is situated just north of the village High Street in an attractive location comprising mainly residential properties.

Tenure & Price
Freehold: Offers are guided at £445,000 plus VAT for the benefit of the freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Stamp Duty Land Tax and VAT will be applicable.

Planning & Legislation
The property is Grade II listed and located in the Eynsham Conservation Area. We understand the property benefits from Sui Generis (public house).

The property benefits from a premises license allowing the sale of alcohol and other activities.

The property is listed on the 2017 Rating records with a Rateable Value of £6,500. The standard multiplier is £0.499 (small business rates relief may be applicable).

Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings will be included. There is no stock to transfer.

All main services are connected. Please note the property does not benefit from a central heating system.

The business is currently closed to trade. Viewings can be arranged strictly by appointment through Savills Licensed Leisure.



The Newlands Inn, 45-47 Newland Street, Eynsham, Witney, OX29 4LD


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Hanborough Station2.9 miles
  • Combe Station3.5 miles
  • Oxford Parkway Station4.3 miles


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