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Williams estates are delighted to offer a rare opportunity to purchase an ideally located profitable public house and restaurant, located in the semi-rural village of Llanfair DC. Included in the sale is a local public bar and restaurant with all the fixtures and fittings alongside a self contained three bedroom living accommodation, radiating an abundance of character currently used by the business owners. Viewing is highly advised to appreciate the full potential in this business venture. EPC Rating TBC.
The restaurant within the public house has the capacity to seat 50+ and a further 40 covers in the bar area. The public bar and restaurant is located in the hub of a popular village and holds many events such as beer festivals, live music, sporting events, weddings and funerals. The property boasts a range of original features including a highly attractive open fireplace and exposed beams throughout. The property provides spectacular views across the Vale and customers can enjoy these views from both the rear and front patio areas.
The bar area features an open plan, corner mounted wooden topped servery with brass surround, with the ability to serve 40+ guests. Featuring an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove, exposed beams and traditional timber framed sash windows overlooking both the front and side elevation.
24' 10'' x 14' 11'' (7.56m x 4.55m)
A U-shaped dining room with the ability to accommodate 50+ guests, comprising of original timber flooring throughout with an elegant dado rail, private bar area, radiator, lighting, power points and sash window overlooking both the front and side elevations.
16' 6'' x 13' 3'' (5.04m x 4.03m)
Large comprehensively equipped commercial kitchen, tiled flooring and partly tiled walls, fridge and freezer store, ample work surfaces, storage cupboard housing a Worcester boiler, obscured timber framed window and timber framed door leading to rear garden.
11' 6'' x 6' 8'' (3.51m x 2.03m)
Tiled flooring, two urinals, private toilet cubicle, floating sinks, tiled splash backs, radiator and timber framed obscured glazed window.
12' 2'' x 5' 10'' (3.71m x 1.78m)
Tiled flooring, two private toilet cubicles, floating sinks, tiled splash backs and radiator.
The owners accommodation comprises three double bedrooms, open plan lounge/dining area, kitchen, en-suite and family bathroom.
28' 3'' x 6' 3'' (8.62m x 1.91m)
Original pine staircase leading up to the landing which features exposed stone walling, loft access and original 17th century doors leading into:
34' 6'' x 16' 9'' (10.51m x 5.1m)
A spectacular large open plan family room with kitchen, dining and living areas. Authentic 17th century beams and exposed brick walling alongside three original sash windows overlooking the side elevation, providing the room with an abundance of character. The kitchen comprises timber wall, drawer and base units with marble effect worktops, single drainer sink with mixer tap, integrated oven and grill, and a space for free standing fridge freezer with original pine cupboards providing ample storage, radiators, lighting and power points.
16' 5'' x 15' 1'' (5.01m x 4.61m)
A spacious living area with a feature inglenook fireplace sat upon a slate hearth, original sash window overlooking the front elevation, radiator, lighting and power points.
Three piece suite comprising a walk in shower cubicle with mains shower head over, low flush WC and ceramic wash basin both integrated within a vanity unit. Tiled flooring, part tiled walls and uPVC double glazed obscured window overlooking the rear elevation.
14' 4'' x 13' 7'' (4.37m x 4.13m)
Entering through an original pine door. Exposed feature fireplace, beamed ceiling, timber double glazed window over looking the side elevation, radiator, lighting, power points and timber door leading into:
8' 9'' x 8' 6'' (2.67m x 2.59m)
Fitted with an acrylic roll top bath, ceramic wash basin and WC. Chrome ladder style towel radiator, exposed wooden flooring and a window with a deep sill ideal for seating.
15' 8'' x 14' 2'' (4.77m x 4.32m)
Entering through an original 17th century oak cottage door into a large double bedroom with fixed fitted wardrobes, sash window over looking the front of the property, power points, lighting and radiator.
15' 3'' x 8' 5'' (4.65m x 2.57m)
An original cottage style pine door, exposed stone walls, wooden flooring, storage cupboard and door leading into:
8' 4'' x 5' 5'' (2.55m x 1.66m)
Tiled flooring, walk in electric shower, ceramic wash basin and low flush WC.
The property has the advantage of both front and rear patio areas with ample al-fresco dining space, with the rear patio being able to accommodate 40 guests. An outbuilding resides within the rear garden which currently provides ample storage however, outlined designs have been generated for the opportunity to construct further accommodation or a local shop subject to the required planning consents. A large storage area can be found to the side of the outbuilding in question which does provide the possibility of extending. There is also a small car park with parking for an estimated 5+ vehicles however, ample parking can be found within close proximity as the current owners have an agreement with the local village hall, sharing an annual cost.
The White Horse can be found within a very picturesque location on the A525 within the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd. It is two miles south of the market town of Ruthin, 10 miles of both Mold and Wrexham, and easily accessible via Junction 33B of the A55 North Wales Expressway.
We understand that the properties fixtures and fittings are owned outright apart from the coffee machine which we are advised is currently leased. All fixtures and fittings are included in the sale.
1 Crown Square