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About the property
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY SITUATED IN A PROMINENT POSITION WITHIN THE HEART OF STURMINSTER NEWTON.
The White Hart public house is a historic 18th Century building and is in need of considerable modernisation. The accommodation is arranged over three floors comprising of a public bar and dining area on the ground floor, separate club room situated to the rear of the building on the first floor with bedrooms and owners accommodation arranged over the first and second floors. Outside to the rear of the building is a parking area with outside storage and a small garden area to the rear. This versatile building could have redevelopment potential to convert the existing building and develop to the rear subject to obtaining the relevant planning consent.
The property is offered for sale with the freehold interest and vacant
possession on an unconditional basis. An overage may be required dependant on the specific terms of any sale.
The vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest or any offer.
A schedule of condition is available and can be provided upon request.
The vendor's preference is for a disposal but they may consider renting. Interested parties should discuss their proposals with the appointed agents.
The property is Grade II Listed. The local authority is North Dorset District Council. Tel: 01258 454111. www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk
Further documentation for this property can be found at the following link - https://adobe.ly/2EJIVTN.
Any trade inventory at the property on completion of the sale will be included. No inventory will be provided.
The current Rateable Value for Business Rates purposes is £14,000 per annum. Council Tax band B.
The historic town of Sturminster Newton is situated within the sought after Blackmore Vale and is within easy reach of the neighbouring towns of Blandford Forum and Sherborne. The River Stour flows around Sturminster Newton with many walks along the Stour Valley way. The town itself offers local amenities including shops, public houses, museum, working flour mill and a monthly farmers market.
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or contract. At no time have we undertaken a structural survey and services have not been tested.
Interested parties should satisfy themselves, as necessary, as to the structural integrity of the premises and conditions/working order of services, plant or equipment.
Enquiries should be made to the appropriate authorities and prospective purchasers are advised that they are entirely responsible for ensuring that their proposed needs are met.
All measurements are approximate only. The site area measurement has been taken from an ordinance survey extract and has not been checked on site by Goadsby. Therefore, any measurement cannot be guaranteed and prospective buyers should satisfy themselves prior to
entering into any agreement.
No historic accounts are available.
Under the Finance Act 1989 VAT may be added to the sale price or rent quoted, we recommend that prospective buyers satisfy themselves and establish the VAT implications prior to entering into any agreement. The option to tax for VAT purposes has been taken so VAT will be chargeable on the purchase price.
Grade II Listed development opportunity (STPP)
Prominent position in the heart of Sturminster Newton
Accommodation arranged over 2 floors
Strictly by prior appointment through the agents, through whom all negotiations must be conducted.