Located within the attractive village of Stilton with a population of 2,500 and within easy reach of Cambridge and Peterborough is this imposing semi-detached, three storey Grade II listed public house located on the busy main road in Stilton. The property is rendered brick, with part slate pitched roof with various extensions to the rear for the large commercial kitchen and customer facilities.
Internally the public house comprises a large bar serving the lounge and adjacent bar tables, with customer facilities accessed to the rear of the lounge.
A further three dining rooms accessed from the lounge seat up to 50 customers. To the rear of the dining rooms is the kitchen and staff welfare facilities. The kitchen is large and well equipped.
The first and second floors of the main building contain private living accommodation, accessed via the staircase to the rear of the bar area. At first floor level are three large bedrooms, living room, kitchen, office/snug and bathroom, with a further three bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor.
The premises benefit from a south facing decked courtyard which provides an opportunity for outside seating and al fresco dining.
The property forms part of a wider development proposal for the “barn” property adjacent to the decked area and the land to the east.
The premises will benefit from car parking.
The Stilton Cheese Inn is located centrally within the attractive and sought-after village of Stilton, located within easy reach of Peterborough and Cambridge.
The village of Stilton is located 10 miles south of Peterborough and 14 miles north of Huntingdon. The village is close to the A1(M), which provides excellent access to the North and South of England. A popular commuter village, Stilton has good access to London with nearby Huntingdon providing a direct train to Kings Cross throughout the day.
Stilton is a popular village with a population in the region of 2,500 (2011 Census) and boasts a number of local amenities such as a Post Office, Pharmacy, Primary School and a mix of neighbourhood shops and amenities.
We understand that mains supplies of electricity, gas and water are available and connected to the property. These have not been tested and interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the relevant utility service providers.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING
We understand that the property has consent for uses falling within Class E (Commercial, Business & Services Use) of the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended).
Class E now encompasses a number of uses formerly known as A1 (Shops), A2 (Professional & Financial Services), A3 (Restaurant & Cafés), B1 (Business) and D1 (Clinics, Health Centre, Crèche & Day Nurseries).
VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
The property is considered suitable for public house use. Consideration will also be given to proposals for alternative uses which may include some element of community use within this property.