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07 July 2016 | Pubs

New owner sought to reopen Buckinghamshire village pub

The Malting House, a two-storey 18th century property in the affluent village of Stoke Goldington has been brought to market by specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

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The property boasts a number of original features including exposed beams and working fireplaces. It comprises a bar area (20 covers), restaurant (30 covers), a snug which can accommodate 12 and on the first floor, modern and spacious two/three bedroom owners’/staff accommodation.

Within the grounds of this property is a large barn (currently used for storage) with a separate kitchen, lawned beer garden (40 covers), decking area (15 covers) and parking for circa 12 vehicles.   

Tim Widdows, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Reading office who is handling the sale comments, “The Malting House has been modernised by the existing owners but ceased trading in 2014 due to personal circumstances. It represents a good opportunity for a new operator as there is little other competition in the village and therefore a new offering would be welcomed by the local and wider community.

“This is an excellent property for someone looking for a lifestyle business or as an investment opportunity. Buyers are recognising the value of these beautiful period properties and their value to the local community and therefore we expect high demand.”

Christie & Co is seeking £500,000 for the freehold interest.