3/24/2016 | Pubs

17th century village public house for sale through Christie & Co

The Parrot Inn, a highly-regarded and established public house located between Leith Hill and Holmbury Hill in the affluent village of Forest Green, Surrey, has been brought to the market by specialist property adviser, Christie & Co.


Overlooking the village green, the 17th century oak-beamed country property has been owned and run as a family business for the last 10 years. It offers one bedroom management accommodation, three character bar areas, a restaurant and a private dining room.  In addition to this, the property also offers a further self-contained dining room, The Gosterwood Room, which is a popular venue for weddings and larger parties, accommodating up to 120 covers.  
A quaint beer garden can be found to the rear of the property with a patio, private decked seating and further gardens to the sides and front, with parking for up to 100 vehicles.

Richard Wood of Christie & Co’s Winchester office is handling the sale.  He comments: “This is a superb opportunity to acquire a well-established business in an excellent location which attracts many repeat visitors.  The Parrot Inn will no doubt generate significant interest from potential purchasers.”

Christie & Co is seeking offers of £100,000 for the leasehold, with an annual rent of £136,000 on new lease terms.