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Rose Cottage Tea Rooms, Cross Street, Castleton, Hope Valley, S33

Offers in Region of £650,000

Property Description

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* Well Established LICENSED TEA ROOMS/RESTAURANT business.

* Prime Location in Peak District Tourism Hotspot

* Great Potential for Future Growth and Longer Open Hours

* 42 Covers Internally and Further 58 in Front and Rear Terrace

* Superb Large Two Bedroom Apartment and Very Large Rear Garden

* Property Full of Period Character and Reputed to Date in Part from the 16th Century

Situation - The property is situated in the centre of Castleton, a desirable and very sought after Peak District village with a great deal of tourism and visitors from all over the world. This desirable village is approximately 15 miles to the west of Sheffield, 10 miles north east of Buxton and 16 miles north west of Chesterfield. The village is made up of a mixture of privately owned residential dwellings and various other pubs, hotels and various small shops. It is famous for the local Blue John Mine and the local caverns.

History - Rose Cottage is built on an ancient track that was used by the people from the village of Edale and they used it when they walked to Castleton Church for services and to bring their dead for burial. It was custom to keep some of the doors to Rose Cottage unlocked as it was a legal 'right of way' existing from the 12th Century until the 1970's when it was legally closed. Castleton itself was developed as a planned town somewhere between 1100 and 1200 like many others in England after the Norman Conquest. Most of the houses in Castleton were of a humble origin and were so badly built they did not survive. These first cottages contained only one or two rooms with small doors and small windows.

There are a number of nine substantial early stone and wood buildings, known as cruck houses or barns and these buildings were constructed on the original Norman planned streets; Cross Street, Back Street, How Lane, Castle Street and Market Square.

Rose Cottage was part of a cruck barn that was built about 1450 during the reign of Henry VI. By the early 1600's it has been divided up into separate properties during the reign of Charles I. At the start of the 1800's the east end of the barn became a genral store and Jasmine Cottage. These properties are now adjacent to Rose Cottage, which was sold a couple of years ago. Rose Cottage has been a Tea Room for over 100 years, the first people to run the Rose Cottage Tea Room were prior to 1895.

The Accommodation Comprises - Entrance door opens into

Entrance Lobby -

Tea Room 1 -

Tea Room 2 -

Tea Room 3 - With double doors leading through into the

Open Air Covered Area -

Bar Area/Serving Area - With Georgian style bay window.

Fully Equipped Preparation Kitchen - With stainless steel work surfaces and cupboards and fridges. Quarry tiled floor. The room leads through to the

Preparation Room - With further stainless steel work areas, sink unit and quarry tiled floor. Georgian style glazed window and door leading out to the rear.

Internal Georgian style glazed door gives access to a staircase leading up to the living accommodation.

First Floor Apartment - Open plan kitchen area with base and wall units and work surfaces. Exposed oak beam and central heating radiator. Georgian style double glazed rear facing window.

Through Lounge - With front and rear facing Georgian style double glazed windows with lovely exposed internal stone walls, central archway and living flame gas coal effect fire. Exposed King Post roof beam and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 1 - A lovely large double bedroom with front and rear facing Georgian style double glazed windows, range of wardrobes and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2 - A double bedroom with front facing Georgian style double glazed bay window and central heating radiator. Built in wardrobes.

En-Suite Bathroom - With lovely high quality period suite comprising roll-top bath with clawed feet, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and tiled shower cubicle. Cylinder/airing cupboard. Fully tiled. Rear Georgian style double glazed window with lovely aspect over the grounds and over the Valley. Chrome central heating radiator/towel rail.

With access off the landing to

Shower Room - With tiled shower cubicle and electric shower, vanity unit with wash hand basin and cupboard below and low flush WC. Georgian style double glazed window and ladder style radiator/towel rail. Fully tiled.

Outside - To the rear, large extensive dining and seating area with level stone flagged area and decked area. External steps providing potential separate entrance to the apartment if required and store below which also houses the central heating boiler. Access off the Courtyard to LADIES AND GENTS toilets. Going down the garden, to a private area where there is a stone built STORAGE BUILDING, garden shed and lovely long level, lawned garden with well stocked shrub borders to either side and magnificent Weeping Willow and a further lower garden area with flagged terrace, ornamental pond, further garden shed and substantial greenhouse. Magnificent views up to the Castle.

The Business - The business is owned and operated by our hands on clients and we are advised that it has only changed hands four times in the last 130 years. The business currently operates five days a week and has vast potential to increase turnover. Trade information will be made available to seriously interested parties.

Licence - The premises licence is held for the supply of alcohol from 10am to midnight.

Consumer Protection - CONSUMER PROTECTION FOR UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 & BUSINESS PROTECTION FROM MISLEADING MARKETING REGULATIONS 2008 - These particulars are provided only as a general outline of the property and buyers should make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of the information given. Neither we nor any person in our employment has authority to make, give or imply any representation or warranty regarding this property. Room sizes and other measurements and capacities quoted are estimates for rough guidance only. Accurate measurements have not been taken.

Tenure & Price - Freehold.
£650,000 to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock at valuation in addition.

Energy Performance Rating - The current energy rating is 89, category D. Full details available at the Agent's office.

Valuer/Negotiator - James Mee/Helen Soiris/sw.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through our Hathersage office.

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