Sale details of the Rising Sun pub at the top end of Billericay High Street have been posted by Alder Grimes Gooderham (AG&G).
The long standing public house is for sale as a freehold with vacant possession covering approximately 14,000 sq ft.
The popular local pub has car parking and a small venue space separate to the main pub area which is used for small events.
Further details provided by AG&G on there website (http://www.agg.uk.com/properties/counf148) include:
The property is detached and built on three storeys over basement with outbuildings to the side and rear.
There is car parking for approximately 12 vehicles to the side and a trade garden to the rear. It is understood that the ground floor comprises interconnected trade areas with a servery, customer WC’s and storage areas. The first floor has five rooms, bathroom and a WC.
The second floor has two rooms.
The basement comprises a beer cellar and general storage.
- Ground Floor 187 sq m (2,012 sq ft)
- First Floor 132 sq m (1,420 sq ft)
- Second Floor 43 sq m (462 sq ft)
- Basement 28 sq m (299 sq ft)
- TOTAL 390 sq m (4,193 sq ft)
Floor plans are available upon request.
From ProMap measurements it has been calculated that the total building footprint is approximately 310 sq m (3,342 sq ft) and the site area is approximately 1,307 sq m (14,068 sq ft).
NB: The above measurements and accompanying plans are provided for guidance purposes only and no reliance should be placed on these when making any purchase offer either expressly or impliedly and for the avoidance of doubt AG&G Chartered Surveyors will be not liable for any losses arising as a result the bidder placing any reliance on such measurements. The successful bidder will be offered the opportunity to undertake a measured survey of the building prior to exchange of contracts to enable it to satisfy itself of the precise measurements.
The Premises Licence permits the sale of alcohol between 10:00 am to 11:30 pm Monday to Thursday, until 12:30 am Friday and Saturday and from 11:00 am until 11:00 pm on Sunday.
The property is listed as a Public House and Premises and has a Rateable Value of £8,300.
From informal enquiry of Billericay Council it has been established that the property is not listed but it is situated within Billericay Conservation Area.
So if you're interested in buying a local public house contact AG&G via the website: http://www.agg.uk.com/properties/counf148 or share your opinion below.
Image from Ag&G website.