As quintessentially British as the Royal Family or a Sunday roast, the local village pub has long been a part of our cultural heritage, providing a meeting place for like minds to relax and sup a pint or two. With autumn fast approaching, rural public houses around the country are preparing, by lighting their fires and stocking up on ales and country wines, to quench the thirst of locals and visitors alike.
Ever dreamt of owning your own pub, or living so close you can smell the hops? Running a pub might not be for everyone, which is why we’ve found our pick of (unfortunately) converted public houses for sale across the country. Former public houses often have great development potential, offering buyers good interior and exterior space, albeit perhaps in unconventional layouts, which adds to their unique charm.
|This 5 bedroom detached house for sale in Thetford, Norfolk is in need of modernisation, but offers nearly an acre of grounds as well as a number of outbuildings. Offers in excess of £375,000.|
|With the hard work already done for you, this 3 bedroom detached house in Lilley, Luton, has been refurbished to a high specification, and is on the market at an attractive £250,000.|
|This 3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale in Alderton, is a spacious Victorian former public house, with high ceilings and a large cellar, and only a one mile walk from the sea. Offers over £225,000.|
|If you are really up for a challenge, our last property, a detached licensed public house for sale in Dunkeswell, is still currently trading as a pub. With a guide price of £270,000, buyers have the opportunity to continue trading or to change the use of the pub to a dwelling by appeal.|