Of interest to Owner Occupiers and Investors
£475,000 subject to contract
The property benefits from A4 Drinking Establishment
Under the User Classes Order 2005 with residential living accommodation above.
Immediately available upon completion
Suitable for Alternative Uses subject to planning
Located along the busy Bromley Road on the border of Colchester and Tendring is The Beehive Pub House and Restaurant conveniently located 1.3 miles East of Parsons Heath and 4 Miles East of Colchester Town Centre. Colchester North Station is 3.3 miles distance, with main line direct links to London Liverpool Street (journey a time approximately 50 minutes).
Originally built as a terrace of three Cottages in the 19th Century, The Beehive is now a traditional Freehold Public House and Restaurant. The premises are constructed of timber frame with part brick walls and rendered elevations, over two-storey under a pitched tiled roof, with single-storey extensions.
The property comprises an open plan bar/restaurant to the front, with male and female customers WCs. A large single-storey extension to ground floor provides chilled cellar storage with access to and from the rear car park. The kitchen is also located to the rear of the property, accessible through the bar and hallway, which in-turn provides access to the north east facing beer garden and staircase to first floor residential living accommodation.
At first floor level, there is a residential flat with accommodation to include two double bedrooms, an L-shaped living/lounge area, kitchen/breakfast room, separate bathroom and WC and under eaves storage benefitting from gas central heating via radiators and UPVC double glazed windows
Externally to the rear of the property are three outbuildings. 1) Single brick-built garage, beneath a pitched tile roof. 2) A single garage constructed of corrugated asbestos with asphalt pitched roof and 3) The Old Washroom constructed of single skin brick walls beneath a pitched tile roof.
The property benefits from off-road parking to the front, a further secure car park for up to 20 vehicles, and a beer garden to the east, with views over farmland.
Double glazed windows have been installed throughout, with central gas heating, mains electric and water and private drainage via a sceptic tank.
The total site area extends to 0.46 aces.
The maximum width of the site on to Bromley Road is approximately 60m and depth of approximately 25m.
The first-floor residential flat is assessed band A for Council Tax.
The property is offered Freehold For Sale with Vacant possession upon completion of the legal formalities and guide price of £475,000 subject to contract are invited. We understand the property is NOT elected for VAT.
We understand that the Beehive Public House has a ratable value of £4,750.
Due to the property having a ratable value of less than £12,000 we understand 100% business rates will be achieved. We would advise interested parties to make direct enquiries with Colchester Borough Council Rates Department on 01206 282222.
Strictly by confirmed appointment with the sole selling Agents Nicholas Percival Chartered Surveyors for the attention of Thomas Noble or Billy Coe on 01206 563222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org C 5227