10/25/2016 | Pubs

Owners of Grade II listed pub in Broomfield to retire

The Huntsman & Horn, a Grade II listed pub in Broomfield, Kent has come to the market through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

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The current owners have run the business for the past seven years and are now looking to retire. The pub’s main bar has an inglenook fireplace and wood burner and caters for around 20 people.  The restaurant area seats a further 30 people and has exposed wooden beams and a brick-built fireplace.  

The pub also has parking for around 30 vehicles, a large garden, separate patio and owner’s accommodation above the pub comprising two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, bathroom, large living area and a kitchen/diner.

James Hughes, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Maidstone office is handling the sale. He comments, “The Huntsman & Horn is a traditional community pub set in an idyllic position next to the Broomfield village duck pond. It attracts repeat custom from a wide radius and has a loyal following within the local community.

“The market for pubs in East Kent is buoyant with now a good time to acquire. This property is ideal for all potential suitors who are wishing to be at the heart of a community whether they’re buying a pub for the first time or already have experience.”