3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleRoseland
- Substantial Semi-Detached Premises
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Commercial Kitchen
- Private Lounge
- Ample Garaging
LIFE STYLE OPPORTUNITY - COUNTRY PUB IN A FAVOURED ROSELAND VILLAGE A beautifully positioned free house comprising substantial character premises with spacious three bedroom accommodation, gardens, terraces and car parking. Ideal family home and business and with further potential.
A LIFE STYLE OPPORTUNITY - COUNTRY PUB IN A FAVOURED ROSELAND VILLAGE
General Remarks And Location - The Kings Head is an attractive three storey building set in the very centre of the village of Ruanlanihorne opposite the parish church. The current building is believed to have been rebuilt in the 19th century when it replaced the earlier thatched structure. A pub has existed on this site for several hundred years. The property and business has been in the ownership of the current owners for approximately 14 years and during this time they have created a highly successful and popular free-house, popular with locals and visitors alike. The property now offers potential for new owners to establish their own mode of operandum and it is worthy to note that the Kings Head is the only free-house on the Roseland Peninsula.
The Property - It briefly comprises:-
Main Front Entrance:- With feature brass King Henry knocker, double doors leading to:-
Hallway:- With feature tiled flooring and open bean ceiling leading to:-
4.85m x 3m (15'10" x 9'10" ) - Main Bar Area:- Traditional character style bar area with open beam ceiling, feature fireplace, upholstered bench seating, fully carpeted, range of antique bric-a-brac and artefacts. This room was completely refurbished in 2014.
Bar Servery:- Oak counter, fully fitted and equipped with two bottle coolers, cash register and glass washer.
5.7m x 4.1m (18'8" x 13'5") - Dining Area:- Separate dining area with open beam ceiling, unique collection of coloured glass bottles, fully fitted and equipped for 25+ covers.
Passageway to Toilets:- With door to side driveway.
Gents Cloakrooms:- With W.C., urinals and washbasin.
Ladies Cloakroom:- With two W.C.'s and washbasin.
5.25m x 4.9m (17'2" x 16'0") - Restaurant Area:- Main restaurant area with feature bay window, multi fuel burner, open beam ceiling, fully fitted and equipped for 30+ covers. This room has also been recently refurbished with the addition of new soft furnishings and heavy velvet curtains creating a cosy feel.
Rear Passageway:- With feature tiled floor, commercial coffee machine, feature standing glass doorway.
Cellar:- With cellar cooling unit, storage and stillage.
4.9m x 3m (16'0" x 9'10") - Commercial Kitchen:- Quarry tiled, equipped with aluminium extraction hood, 2 six burner gas ranges, 2 counter refrigerators, stainless six burner gas ranges, 2 counter refrigerators, stainless steel sink unit, dishwasher and heat lamps.
Stairway to First Floor.
Mezzanine Level:- With staff W.C.
First Floor Owners Accommodation
4.9m x 3.6m (16'0" x 11'9") - Bedroom 1:- Double, side aspect with original features.
4.25m x 4.27 (13'11" x 14'0") - Sitting Room:- Front aspect with original features. New carpet.
3.2m x 3.2m (10'5" x 10'5") - Office
4.5m x 3.8m (14'9" x 12'5") - Bedroom 2:- Double, front aspect.
Bathroom:- With bath, shower, WC and washbasin.
10.0m x 4.3m (32'9" x 14'1") - Bedroom 3:- With A-Frame ceiling, dormer windows, fully carpeted. Leading to En suite, Dressing Room and also :
En-Suite Bathroom:- With bath, W.C and washbasin.
Outside Rear Passageway:- With ice making machine.
Rear Store:- With range of freezers and refrigerators.
Outside - To the side of the property lies a private driveway leading to three garages, adjacent lock-up store and access to a private tiered garden area with a private decked area. To the front of the property is a delightful, enclosed beer garden area overlooking the Fal Valley furnished with picnic bench table seating for 30+ covers. Customer car parking for 3 to 4 cars with a further area for 10+ cars just a short distance away.
Current Business - The business is currently operated by the owners with the help of permanent and seasonal staff. The current trade is strongly supported by locals but the immediate area is well known as a holiday destination and there are numerous holiday cottages throughout the peninsula boosting the turnover during the summer months. Whilst the Kings Head has earned a good reputation for its locally sourced and fresh a la carte menus, it is also known for its real ales and has good reviews in CAMRA Good Pub Guide, Pubs and Inns of Cornwall and the Good Pub Guide. The turnover for the year end 2016 £253,162 ex. VAT. Further information regarding the business is available from the agents.
Services - Mains water. Mains electricity. Private drainage system. LPG for cooking. N.B. The electrical circuit, appliances and heating system have not been tested by the agents.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008 or 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or
Directions - The Kings Head is easily located in the centre of the village immediately opposite the Parish Church.
A beautifully positioned freehouse comprising substantial character premises with spacious three bedroom accommodation, gardens, terraces and car parking.
Ideal family home and business and with further potential.
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