Lowther Arms, 18 Ribton Moorside, Hensingham, Whitehaven, Cumbria, CA28 8PU

vacant former public house approximately 224.43 sq m (2,415 sq ft) on a site of approximately 0.18 hectares (0.45 acres).

Location

The property is situated fronting Ribton Moorside (B5295) in Hensingham, in a predominantly residential location approximately 1 mile to the south east of Whitehaven town centre.

Description

Vacant former two storey detached public house premises.

Accommodation

We detail below the following approximate measurements: 
Ground Floor: 
Main Bar  82.83 sq m  (891 sq ft) 
Lounge  31.94 sq m  (344 sq ft) 
Dining Area  42.86 sq m  (461 sq ft) 
Beer Cellar  45.90 sq m  (494 sq ft) 
Kitchens  20.90 sq m  (255 sq ft) 
Total:  224.43 sq m  (2,415 sq ft) 
First Floor: 
Owners Accommodation comprising 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Kitchen, Living Room and Dining Room 

Outside

To the front of the property is car park for approximately 22 vehicles.

Site Area

Approximately 0.18 Hectares (0.45 Acres).

Costs

VAT at the prevailing rate is payable on 90% of the price.

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Development potential subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Copeland Borough Council, The Copeland Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven, Cumbria CA28 7SJ. Tel: 0845 0548600.

Solicitors

SAS Daniels LLP, 30 Greek Street, Stockport, Cheshire, SK3 8AD.
Tel: 0844 391 5804. Fax: 0161 475 7651. E-mail: rebecca.simpson@sasdaniels.co.uk.
Contact: Ms Becky Simpson.

Addendum

This lot has SOLD PRIOR to the auction.

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