4 bedroom pub for saleBUCKINGHAMSHIRE
REF: 7806 FREEHOLD
THRIVING AND HIGHLY IMPRESSIVE 17th CENTURY AWARD WINNING TRADITIONAL ENGLISH FREEHOUSE WITH A TURNOVER OF CIRCA £1,000,000+ (INCL. VAT), SITUATED IN THE QUINTESSENTIAL AND IDYLLIC VILLAGE OF SEER GREEN, BEACONSFIELD, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Thriving 17th century inn located in the prime Buckinghamshire village of Seer Green.
Traditional, inviting and cosy Lounge Bar (circa 25+) and a versatile and multi-functional and relaxing Restaurant (circa 45 covers).
Extremely well presented throughout and exudes a wealth of charm and character with open fires and solid oak floors.
Impressive 4 bedroomed family accommodation.
Fully equipped Commercial Catering Kitchen.
Delightful Beer Garden (circa 75+) and Patron's Car Park for circa 10 cars.
Advised turnover for YE March 2016 circa £1,014,000 (incl. VAT) with excellent reconstituted net profits of circa £180,000+.
Trade split circa 60% wet and 40% food. Undoubted potential for catering/events orientated operators.
AN INCREDIBLY RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A THRIVING AND HIGHLY PROFITABLE BUSINESS AND FAMILY HOME OFFERING TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL
This delightful and outstanding village inn is situated in the affluent and beautiful county of Buckinghamshire. Being located in the heart of the village of Seer Green this wonderful inn can be easily reached from junction 2 of the M40. Being close to London with easy access to the M40, M25 circular and M1 makes this wonderful locale an extremely popular commuter area for the major motorways and the major international airports of Heathrow, Luton and Gatwick.
This charming and characterful inn is ideally situated to draw trade from Beaconsfield, Amersham, High Wycombe, Marlow and the Chalfont's and also attracts a desirable clientele emanating from the nearby surrounding towns, villages and larger catchment areas and has an excellent level of repeat trade.
Seer Green, one of Buckinghamshire's most popular villages, is a desirable area for families and is an enviable place to reside and a compelling business opportunity.
Main entrance at the front leading into the lobby with access to the Lounge Bar and the Restaurant.
Lounge Bar (circa 25+) is a delightful cosy and inviting room exuding a warm and welcoming ambience; having a feature convex return bar servery with a solid polished counter which is complemented by an eclectic range of solid polished tables, upholstered perimeter seating and a mix of upholstered chairs. Adding to the wonderful ambience of the room is the feature cast iron open fireplace, the part panelled walls and the solid oak floor.
Restaurant (circa 45 covers) offering versatility in its usage for private parties and wakes etc and exudes relaxing and intimate seating areas with a lovely traditional feel. There is a feature return bar servery with a solid polished counter having a back fitting with shelving and refrigerated bottle coolers (not tested) which is complemented by a superb eclectic range of solid polished tables, upholstered perimeter seating, upholstered bay window seating, a mix of upholstered chairs and bar stools. Adding to the immense charm and character of this room is the delightful central brick built fireplace housing 2 lovely log burners. The room also has superb solid oak herringbone style parquet flooring. Access to the Beer Garden.
Catering facilities include a fully equipped commercial Kitchen with stainless steel appliances and preparation surfaces (appliances not tested). There is also a prep/wash-up area and access to the enclosed yard housing a walk-in chiller and the dry good store.
Lower Ground Floor Cellar with dray drop, pumps, python, post mix and cooler.
Ladies and Gents W.C's.
Situated on the 1st floor, being of a good size and briefly comprises: 4 bedrooms, lounge, bathroom and separate W.C.
There is a good sized paved Beer Garden (circa 75+) at the rear and is extremely well furnished with an excellent range of timber picnic benches. There is also a marquee providing a covered seating area (ideal for smaller events etc). Patron's parking facilities for circa 10 cars.
TRADING & LICENSING
We are advised that the business trades with the benefit of the Premises Licence (not seen) which permits the sale of alcohol during the hours of:
Monday - Thursday - 11.00am - 11.30pm
Friday & Saturday - 11.00am - Midnight
Sunday - Midday - 10.30pm
The current opening hours are as follows:
Monday - Thursday - Midday - 11.30pm
Friday & Saturday - Midday - Midnight
Sunday - Midday - 10.30pm
NB. Important. Prospective purchasers wishing to continue to operate the public house should ensure that they gain the APLH Qualification in readiness for their intended operation of the Public House.
The property and business are being offered for sale freehold (although we have not had sight of the title deeds). We are advised that the inn benefits from all mains services and uses gas fired central heating (services not tested). Business rates payable are advised as being £9,815 per annum.
Our vendor clients, in situ since 2008, operate this successful business as a husband and wife team on a 'part time' basis with the assistance of 8 full time and a pool of 11 part time/casual members of staff.
Trade is currently derived from circa 60% wet and 40% food sales, thereby providing immense scope for a new operator partnership with previous experience of running a catering/events orientated operation to take this business to even greater heights by focussing on a strategic and extensive marketing campaign to further promote the premises for weddings, private functions and wakes etc, for which there is great demand within the area.
Advised turnover for YE March 2016 circa £1,014,000 (incl. VAT). This truly is an incredible opportunity for either an owner operator to continue to build the business or for a commercial investor to enhance their existing portfolio.
This delightful village inn is an extremely well-established and highly successful business and in our opinion with the above areas of potential we would quite easily expect a fully focussed and fully committed operator to achieve a turnover well in excess of £1,250,000 (incl. VAT) per annum.
The asking price reflects the current trading foundation, the location and quality of fixtures and fitting, and of course not forgetting that this is an extremely substantial freehold property.
Accounting information will be made available to interested parties after viewing.
The property was viewed by Martin McConnell who would be delighted to discuss further details and can be contacted on 07970 213549
Viewing appointments must be made via Guy Simmonds.
VIEWING: All appointments must be made through Guy Simmonds. Please note that these Sales Particulars are issued on the strict basis that all negotiations, viewings and contacts in connection with this business are conducted through Guy Simmonds who are appointed by the vendor to act under a Sole Selling Rights agreement with total confidentiality. Any breach of these terms may make you liable in law to litigation and damages. Under no circumstances must you approach the owner direct without a formal appointment or disclose to other customers and staff that the Premises are for sale.
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(V) Guy Simmonds are unable to give any warranty as to the working order of any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services associated with the premises and therefore, cannot verify they are in full working order. Purchasers are strongly advised to obtain specialist reports prior to exchange of contracts in order to satisfy themselves.
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