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Beaford, Winkleigh, Devon, EX19

4 bedroom house for sale


4 Bedrooms

Key Features

  • Award winning cosy traditional country inn
  • Inviting L-shaped bar and restaurant
  • Function/games room
  • Well equipped kitchen
  • Usual gents/ladies cloakrooms
  • Upstairs 4 double en-suite bedrooms
  • Rear car park for 6 vehicles
  • Picnic garden area
  • Gravelled area
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Takings circa £300,000 per annum
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Property Description

The popular village of Beaford is situated on the A3124 Winkleigh to Torrington Road and offers local facilities including a primary school, garage and this very popular public house. Whilst the nearby villages of Dolton and Winkleigh both offer a wider range of facilities and amenities including local shops, post office, doctors surgery, veterinary practice etc. Torrington is 5 miles to the North and has a host of facilities and a pannier market as well as the RHS Rosemoor Gardens nearby.

This mid-terraced character Grade II listed cottage style pub has a large L-shaped bar with an attractive stone log burning fireplace, large fully fitted commercial kitchens, ladies and gents cloakrooms and a rear small games/function room. The cellar is below the bar.
Upstairs are 4 well-presented en-suite double bedrooms as well as a private lounge and in the attic are 2 furthers roof space areas which could be converted, subject to planning and listed buildings consent.
Outside and approached under a flying freehold access way is a rear picnic garden with ample private parking for 6 to 8 vehicles, a gravelled patio area and oil storage tank.

Highly rated on Trip Advisor this popular pub offers a 50/50 food/wet trade operating as a freehold freehouse. There’s a local darts team, regular poker nights and folk music nights. The pub provides great food and is well supported on their Sunday lunches.
Takings circa £300,000 per annum, opening 4 and a half days a week from choice under the ownership of a couple with up to 8 staff if and when required. The owners have been in occupation since 2017 and built up a well-respected trade from locals and tourists alike.
CAMRA's North Devon Pub of the Year in 2022 this is a traditional country pub that offers excellent ale, craft beer and locally-sourced food.

The property is in a conservation area. The neighbours have a right of way across the car park to their own garden beyond the fence.

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Mains electricity, water and drainage, oil fired central heating.


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