The sale of this distinctive property offers undoubted potential for a commercial venture or, subject to appropriate planning consent, conversion into a residential property. Set in a super rural setting and being formerly run as the village public house, the current layout includes up to three reception rooms, together with kitchen plus further areas having scope to convert further such as the former barrel room and ladies and gentlemans toilets. On the first floor are three bedrooms together with house bathroom. The rear bedroom has the interesting feature of French doors out onto a flat roof extension which, in the agents opinion, could be further developed to provide a roof top terrace. Externally, there is extensive car parking and hard standing plus range of brick built outhouses. There is also a super hidden garden which offers undoubted scope.
The Chestnut Horse Inn has been closed for more than two years and prior to closure was a public house and restaurant. The location and layout within the property provides an opportunity for leisure re-use or conversion to residential subject to any necessary planning consents first being obtained. The property has re-development potential including the detached range of outbuildings.
On the first floor are three bedrooms together with house bathroom. The rear bedroom has the interesting feature of French doors opening onto a flat roof extension which may provide a future opportunity for a roof top terrace. The parking area and gardens are to the rear and include a "secret" garden.
Kelk is a hamlet situated betwixt the market town of Driffield and the coastal resort of Bridlington and within easy commuting distance of Beverley and the Port and City of Kingston Upon Hull.
The property is in need of some refurbishing and very briefly comprises:
ENTRANCE LOBBY With staircase leading off to the first floor.
BAR (Front facing) 15′ 1" x 13′ 10" (4.62m x 4.23m) plus former bar area (4.23m x 2.1m)
LOUNGE (Front facing) 18′ 0" x 12′ 5" (5.49m x 3.81m)
DINING ROOM (Side facing) 17′ 3" x 14′ 7" (5.26m x 4.46m)
KITCHEN (Side aspect) 15′ 7" x 15′ 0" (4.75m x 4.58m)
FORMER BARREL ROOM
INNER HALL With further vestibule to the exterior.
SEPARATE LADIES/GENTS TOILETS
BEDROOM 1 14′ 3" x 11′ 2" (4.36m x 3.41m)
BEDROOM 2 14′ 7" x 10′ 4" (4.46m x 3.15m)
BEDROOM 3 12′ 7" x 11′ 4" (3.86m x 3.46m)
OUTSIDE AND GARDEN Vehicular access from Main Street is situated between the Inn and its outbuildings with parking area adjoining both. The range of brick and tile outhouses may have potential for re-development for commercial, leisure or residential uses subject to any necessary consents first being obtained. To the rear is a "secret" garden which is in need of some restoration.
CENTRAL HEATING An oil fired central heating system has previously been installed in the property, however, it is not known whether this is currently functional.
COUNCIL TAX BAND This property is council tax band A.
The rateable value of the public house and premises is £1,650.00.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE We await information relating to the existing EPC (if available) for the property.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage.
NOTE Heating systems and other services have not been checked.
All measurements are provided for guidance only.
None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. In the event of a property being extended or altered from its original form, buyers must satisfy themselves that any planning regulation was adhered to as this information is seldom available to the agent.
Floor plans are for illustrative purposes only.
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