The property is situated fairly centrally in the town of Bampton occupying an elevated corner site position. Bampton is developing considerably with a good number of new houses currently being developed in the immediate vicinity.
The property occupies a corner site location fronting the main road. It comprises a detached building with a car park, garden and patio area. The public house is 2 storey and is thought to date back about 250 years. The main front section facing the road has 2 wings running to the rear either side and an infill section being single storey.
The commercial pub operates at ground floor level and at first floor level there is an owner’s apartment. The right hand wing at first floor level over the main dining room incorporates a separately contained flat. This sale includes an outbuilding on the side of the pub with planning consent granted on 22nd June 2001 to convert this barn to a residential cottage.
There is a porch-way entrance leading to the main lounge area and bar reception; The main bar has a rustic country feel with exposed timbers and there is a beer cellar below. Adjacent there is a small snooker room and under the flat roof is a games room/family room. Also accessed via the main bar is a substantial dining room.
The owner’s accommodation is on the second floor and includes a living room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. There are also 3 individual en-suite letting rooms (2 double bedrooms and 1 twin room). Separately accessed via external steps from the right hand side of the pub is a self-contained first floor flat above the main dining room. This incorporates a living room/kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and a bathroom.
Fronting the road and on the opposite side of the entrance is a detached barn constructed in a local style from stone under a galvanised sheet roof. This has planning permission for conversion to a separate apartment.