15 March 2017 | Pubs

Last remaining pub in North Yorkshire village for sale

The Station Hotel, the last remaining pub in the village of Picton, near Yarm, North Yorkshire has been brought to the market by specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

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The family-run pub was previously bought by its current owners, Robert and Caron Connors, through Christie & Co in 2014 and has since undergone significant refurbishment, now offering a warm ambience with the presence of traditional open fires.


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Popular with the local community, the Station Hotel benefits from a private lounge, a conservatory and a dining room area with capacity for 40 diners. Externally, there is large car parking facilities and an outdoor seating area overlooking a park and countryside.

Noted as the last remaining pub in the village, the Station Hotel also comprises a three-bed owner’s accommodation accessed through its own private entrance which benefits from two roof terraces.

David Cash, Business Agent in Christie & Co’s Newcastle office comments, “The Station is a well established business which lends itself to being owner-operated with the help of a small accompaniment of staff. The business benefits from strong food sales and the nearby children’s play park and large car park makes for a real family environment. The pub’s conservatory along with private dining room also makes it a great destination venue for special occasions.”

The current owners have also since bought the neighbouring old station house and have converted this in to a fantastic four bed family home. This is available to purchase separately at a freehold asking price of £300,000 or can be purchased alongside the Station Hotel for £545,000 inclusive of the adjacent land.

The Station Hotel is solely available freehold at an asking price of £245,000.