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￭ Norfolk Coastal Town
￭ Well Known Venue
￭ Very well Maintained
￭ 3 Bed Living Accommodation
￭ Currently Closed
￭ Large Plot
￭ Popular with Residents
￭ Development Potential STPP
￭ Retirement Sale
￭ Historical Accounts Available
To compliment this business there is spacious living accommodation two double bedrooms, one luxury bathroom with a double jacuzzi bath (converted double room) and shower cubicle. Small bathroom which could easily be converted back to one bathroom 3 bedrooms. Ground Floor Accommodation comprises of a large living room and fitted kitchen with conservatory which is currently the office, with a side courtyard. The Garage is a double garage with electric up/over door with rear entrance through the current wood store leading to another private yard.
Gorleston-on-Sea, known colloquially as Gorleston, is a town in Norfolk, England, to the south of Great Yarmouth. Situated at the mouth of the River Yare.It is a seaside resort and tourist destination. Its main attraction is its sandy "Edwardian Beach." It has traditional seaside gardens and model boat pond. It also has a theatre opposite the pier called the Pavilion. The main shopping centre is on High Street. It has its own golf club. There is also the hospital and a library.
Of brick built construction under a tiled roof, this property has a painted frontage.
With open fires/log burners, this venue is a cosy pub all year round.
This business has been decorated throughout within the last six months in anticipation of a return to normal trading.
The roadside location has plenty of kerb appeal, and a small amount of customer car parking.
Located next to a large convenience store, and on a main road, there is plenty of passing trade.
Historically this has been a friendly locals pub offering reasonable beer prices, plenty of sport viewing and participation of traditional pub games and competitions.
Large floor plan/footprint offers plenty of trading space. Closed initially due to Covid 19, the custodians of this historical Public House have decided their future plans lie in retirement. This has always been a Wet led Public House, but there is masses of scope for theintroduction of food. This is the first time this has come to market for many years and would be ideal for a buyer who is looking for an opportunity to build their business gradually.
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