Plough Inn, Grateley is on the Market

Leisure property specialists Fleurets have just been instructed to market the Plough Inn situated in the pretty North Hampshire village of Grateley. The property is available at a guide premium of £45,000 and a passing rent of £16,032 per annum. The lease is free of all ties for wines, spirits and minerals but tied on all other products. Kate Dowd of Fleurets comments: ‘This is an exceptionally attractive property with plenty of trading space and represents a great opportunity for a new operator to develop the business and increase the food trade significantly.’

Vendour Gordon Cooper comments ‘With a young family, we simply don’t have the time to develop the trade as we would like and concentrate on the food trade, therefore we are looking for a quick exit to focus on other projects’.

Set on the main road, this prominent site benefits from extensive trading areas and would suit a food operator or chef looking for a site with plenty of dining space. With several bar areas, full catering kitchen and private accommodation, the remainder of the property is well proportioned. Externally there are several patio areas, car park and a large lawned garden with children’s play area.

The village is 7 miles west of Andover, 15 miles from Salisbury, 25 miles north of Winchester. It is connected via the village’s mainline railway station which is under a mile from the property, Grateley to Waterloo taking just 1 hour 20 minutes on South West Trains.

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