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Bradiford, Barnstaple, EX31

Public house for sale

Public House, Catering

Key Features

  • Wonderful business opportunity to acquire this popular local’s pub
  • Established for many years - this is a genuine sale after 15 years under the same ownership
  • Two bars, skittle alley and beer patio
  • Courtyard and outside seating
  • Two bedroom owners accommodation over
  • As a going concern fully furnished and equipped, subject to trade inventory, excluding items of a personal nature
  • Takings upon request to genuine buyers - 70% wet sales with scope to increase
  • Plus stock at valuation
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Tony Foster

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Property Description

The Windsor Arms is set in the village of Bradiford on the outskirts of Barnstaple, close to Pilton Community College and the historic settlement of Pilton. This is a very popular area to live being close to schools and open countryside.
This property is set back from the main road which is the middle road connecting Barnstaple to Ilfracombe and the nearby villages of Prixford and Marwood. Within about 1.5 miles is the town centre where an interesting choice of national retailers and numerous local businesses can be found plus the famous Butchers Row and Pannier Market.

The town which has a population of around 35,000 inhabitants has a regional railway station connecting to the main line routes at Exeter and the North Devon link road connects the area to the M5 motorway at junction 27.

This traditional local's pub stands on a large triangular plot with its own covered beer garden patio. To the rear there is a popular function room/skittle alley. Within the main property are 2 bars, a well-equipped commercial kitchen and 2 bedroom owners accommodation with gas fired radiator central heating and double glazing. The bar has ample space for around 16-20 seats and a second lounge bar area which is currently laid out in a restaurant style to accommodate a further 20 covers. The skittle alley has a dartboard, pool table and is ideal for private functions.

Our clients have owned the property for around 15 years and operate the business themselves, opening Monday to Thursday (closed on Wednesday) 5pm to 9.30pm and Friday to Saturday 12pm to 11pm. On Sunday opening 12pm to 9pm. Sunday traditional roasts are very popular and attract much trade. Operating as a freehouse generates 70% wet sales and the remaining is via food sales (this aspect could easily be increased). Two part time staff are employed, if and when required. Overall the owners have built up a good local customer base with a loyal following and is perfectly placed for a new owner to takeover and develop the pub and food offering.

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