Abingdon, OX13 6NT
DESCRIPTION The pub is located in the affluent village of Marcham, a short drive from Abingdon & just off the very busy A34, with Oxford only fifteen minutes away by car. It sits on the main through road in the centre of the village on a set of crossroads. It is surrounded by good quality residential properties. The village is growing with a couple of private housing estate estates being built over the couple of years. The Crown is the only pub in the village.
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The grade 2 listed building is in good condition throughout and promotes itself as a traditional countryside inn with its open fireplace. A two bar pub that offers one side for drinking, TV sports & games (pool & darts), with the other set out more to serve food from its well equipped commercial kitchen. A good sized rear garden which is partially covered for year round use. An Aunt Sally court is also located in this area.
TRADING STYLE The pub is supported well by the villagers and with a good volume of passing trade for food and drink. The pub offers itself as a traditional countryside inn with its open fireplace creating a welcoming atmosphere. As the pub trades from a two bar operation, there is ample dining space along with opportunity for sports such as darts and pool with live TV sports and entertainment.
ACCOMMODATION Private Accommodation The private accommodation is situated on the first floor and consists of a lounge, three bedrooms and family bathroom.
FINANCIAL Annual Rent: £18,000
Security Deposit: £5,000
Working Capital: £4,000
Fixtures and Fittings: Upon Valuation – funding options available for the right licensee.
Tie: All drinks categories are tied. For fully funded licensees on long term agreements, we offer free-of-tie options for certain drinks categories in exchange for an annual fee.
Training: £250 plus VAT
This is an ideal pub for either newcomers to the hospitality industry or experienced pub operators. They must be willing to work hard to build the community spirit within the village and to make the Crown the centre of village life and the hub of village activity. Support of local teams, local charities and local events along with a traditional food offer with great cask ales and premium branded drinks would suit the promotion of the business.
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