Historic Grade II listed Flintshire pub with ‘huge development potential’ goes up for sale
The Feathers Inn, located in Holywell town centre, has been put on the market for £290,000.
The historic Georgian style building reputedly dates back to the 18th century and is listed as a Grade II building.
The Feathers Inn is a substantial property with an imposing brick front elevation under a slate roof.
The pub has been family-run for over 40 years and has a welcoming main bar, a games room, and a back bar, with a total seating capacity for 50 patrons.
It also offers substantial owner accommodation and a separate self-contained three-bedroom bungalow.
In addition, a flat set over three levels, held on a separate title, is available by separate negotiation.
The public house has enjoyed consistent year-round trade, with net sales for 2021/22 reaching £220,000.
Agents Sidney Phillips has said the pub has “huge scope for development.”
The property presents a significant opportunity for increased income through developing the letting accommodation and renting out the bungalow.
The Feathers Inn holds a full premises license for the retail of alcohol, with current opening hours from Monday to Thursday, 11:30 am to midnight, and Friday to Sunday, 11:30 am to 1:00 am.
According to the agent, “The Feathers Inn is a substantial Grade II listed Georgian style property with an imposing brick front elevation under a slate roof. The building reputedly dates back to the 18th century and occupies a prominent street corner in Holywell’s town centre. ”
“This traditional Welsh market town has changed little over the last few hundred years, and its rich variety of fine late Georgian and Victorian buildings will testify. Holywell is an ideal centre from which to explore the surrounding countryside with its unspoiled villages.”
All enquiries should be directed through Sidney Phillips, with viewings strictly by appointment only, more here: https://www.sidneyphillips.co.uk/business-detail/93860/
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