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* Superb detached stone built freehouse
* fully refurbished with impressive bar and 2 restaurant areas
* beautiful terraced rear beer garden
* impressive levels of trade and profitability
* large car park
* sought after village location
Located midway between Belper and Ripley in the Amber Valley district. In the 2011 census the village had a population of 5,013. Whilst enjoying the attractive semi-rural setting in Derbyshire's Amber Valley, the village also enjoys great communication links being just 1 mile west of the A38, which allows speedy access to Derby and the M1; and 2 miles west of the A6 the main road leading to the tourist areas of Crich, Matlock and the Derbyshire Peak District.
A two and single storey detached property of stone elevations beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. The property has been completely refurbished and extended by our clients to an impressively high standard with the immaculately appointed ground floor trading areas briefly comprising an entrance hall, with access to the main Bar area with timber bar servery, part-tiled floor, feature fireplace, upholstered perimeter and freestanding seating and access to the 'Top Restaurant' area with seating for approx 20 covers, with wooden flooring and exposed stone walls; steps down to the beautifully
appointed main Restaurant with 38 covers, wooden flooring and beamed ceiling.
The property also benefits from an impressive, fully equipped commercial catering kitchen built in 2015. Fully refurbished Ladies, Gents and Disabled W.C.s, bottle, spirits and freezer stores and a basement beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation, in similarly excellent condition, is located over the first floor and briefly comprises, a lounge with feature fireplace, kitchenette, three double bedrooms and a wonderfully stylish refitted bathroom. A further area above the restaurant is currently unused but plans have been passed for conversion into 3x ensuite letting bedrooms.
To the exterior, the pub sits in a good sized plot with a tarmac car park to either side, with picnic bench seating for approx 36 to the front. The pub boasts a tremendous rear area with various levels of landscaped terracing, built-in seating and shrub borders, providing seating for approx. 70 outdoor covers, skittle alley and storage shed, that could be converted into an outside bar facility.
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