HEREFORDSHIRE - Grade II Listed Market Town Freehouse & Brewery

£ 215,000
Tenure
Freehold
Description
Grade II Listed Market Town Freehouse & Brewery
Traditional Town Centre Public House Offering Wet Sales Only
Public Bar (30).  Trade Garden (40)
Brewery With Five Barrel Plant
Two Bedroom Owners Accommodation
Investment Sale

Wine Vaults is a Grade II Listed traditional public house located on the High Street of Kington.  It appears to be constructed in the main of stone and brick with rendered and colourwashed elevations,  having outbuilding to the rear which has been partially converted to the Arrow Brewery.  The public house is reputed to be one of the oldest in the town centre and dates from circa 18th Century.  It currently operates as a traditional public house offering wet sales only and being the sole purveyor of Arrow Brewery Beers.

The property holds a prominent location in the town centre fifty yards from the Market Hall, set among a number of retail and residential properties.  The popular market town of Kington is surrounded by spectacular countryside to the west of Herefordshire at its border with Powys.  It sits on the banks of the River Arrow and is adjacent to Offas Dyke Path, in the shadow of Hergest Ridge.  The town is also close to the main A44 trunk route which links West Wales Coast with The Midlands and, despite being a small market town, it serves a much wider rural area being the main commercial centre.
Country
England
County
Herefordshire
Town
Kington
Address
Wine Vaults, High Street
Post Code
HR5 3BJ
Under Offer
No
Reference Number
3048
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