FREEHOLD: £575,000
A road Shropshire Pub/restaurant with 9 letting bedrooms Development site - Approx 3.6 acres - Freehold £575,000
Plume Of Feathers
Harley Road (A458)
Harley
Shrewsbury

Contact Us

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Matthew Phillips

Director
Mob: 07973 837548

Tel: 0121 353 2757

office@matthewphillipssurveyors.co.uk


Key Points

  • Large A Road Country Inn/Development site close Shrewsbury, Telford and Bridgnorth

  • Two large trading areas with 100 plus covers, large catering kitchen, 9 letting bedrooms.

  • Extensive external trading areas and potential for camping, caravans and glamping.

  • Site area extending to circa 3.6 acres. Footprint 546 sqm, 5877 sqft ( Source: Promap).

  • Suitable for further development for destination food and bedroom operation.

  • Potential for development for a range of residential and commercial uses.

LOCATION

The property enjoys an extended and prominent frontage to the A458 Bridgnorth to Shrewsbury Road on the edge of the village of Harley. Shrewsbury, Telford and Bridgnorth are within a 10 mile radius. Much Wenlock lies 1.5 miles to the south. The pub attracts drive to destination trade due to its location within Shopshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The pub benefits from a good deal of passing trade as the average daily traffic flows on the A458 in this location are approximately 8,000 vehicles per day over the last 3 years. In addition, the area is popular with walkers and tourists visiting Iron Bridge, Benthall Hall and the Severn Valley Railway.

DESCRIPTION

The Plume of Feathers is a substantial detached two storey fully rendered Country Inn with mock tudor timber cladding under pitched tiled roofs and includes a large single storey extension to the rear. The site is served by a surfaced car park for 60 cars and includes a large beer garden to the side and rear and adjoins Harley Brook which lies immediately to the west. In addition to the south of the site there is an area which is believed to have been a sports pitch which is now overgrown. The site in total extends to approx 3.6 acres.