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Scotch Piper, £ 10,000, Tenancy

£ 10,000
The Scotch Piper was built in 1320 and is successfully the oldest pub in the old County on Lancashire. This Grade ll* listed building was originally called the "Royal Oak" as it was built around an oak tree which can be seen in both the tap room and the front bar to the left of the fireplace.

Situated on the main road from Liverpool to Southport in the village of Lydiate, this pub is successful with passing trade and history buffs, along with the longstanding locals and walkers in the area. This charming pub boasts many original features such as exposed beams, open fire places and quarry tiled flooring giving the interior a cosy feel.

Pub Layout

The pub has a main bar area as you walk in with bench and table seating and an open fire. To the right you will find a walkway providing access to two further rooms with the first being more of an overflow from the bar with a dart board and an open fire leading to a lounge room with carpeted floor, creating a more relaxed seating area with a log burner and overlooking the beer garden. From the bar you will find a private room which was originally part of the private accommodation, with quarry tiled flooring, log burner, television and tables. Upstairs can be accessed via a private staircase from the main bar area, this is an open plan room which is currently used as storage.

Outside you will find extensive parking to the front of the building and an outhouse to the side which could be utilised as a servery for BBQ style food on hot days or outside events. There is also a large grassed area with a number of picnic benches and space for a "pop up" stage for outdoor entertainment.
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