THE PUNCH BOWL, SATLEY, BISHOP AUCKLAND

  • Former Public House & 1st Floor Flat
  • PP For Conversion to 4 Residential Units (3 Remaining)
  • Popular Semi-Rural Village
  • Off Road Parking
  • Good Commuting Location
  • Vacant Possession
  • Must Be Viewed
Former public house with planning to convert in to 3 residential dwellings situated in the small picturesque rural village of Satley located between Lanchester and Tow Law. Lanchester is approximately 4.6 miles North of the village passing the remains of Longovivium a Roman fort built around AD 410. Lanchester village offers a wide variety of facilities including a Spar convenience store, cafes, public houses and a selection of independent shops. The Historic City of Durham is located approximately 8 miles South East of Lanchester on the A691. Durham City offers a wide range of recreational facilities, retail parks such as The Arnison Centre, river walks and the world famous heritage site of Palace Green surrounded by historic buildings such as Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle. Satley Village also benefits from being located approximately 2.5 miles from the A68 providing easy commuting to the larger towns of Consett, Hexham and Newcastle upon Tyne to the North, with Bishop Auckland and Darlington to the South East. The unspoiled countryside of the Durham Dales much of which falls within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are also located approximately 5 miles to the West of the village. This property must be viewed to appreciate the acclamation and location.

CURRENT PREMISES

GROUND FLOOR PUB (Commercial)

Front Entrance Porch
1.97m x 1.57m
UPVC double glazed windows and composite entrance door.

Lobby
1.73m x 1.14m
Exposed beams, internal glazed windows and door.

Main Bar Area
10.34m Max x 9.69m Max
Timber panelled bar area, exposed beams, 4 traditional radiators, stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove and two windows to the front elevation.

Dining Area
6.97m x 4.79m
Large open plan dining area with exposed beams, two windows to the front elevation, two traditional radiators and stone fireplace with open coal fire.

Internal Hallway
Electric trip box and small loft access hatch.

Kitchen
5.6m x 3.57m
Extractor unit, rear window and plumbing.

Store
2.8m x 2.5m

Rear Hall
Clay tiled flooring, rear entrance door and stairs to 1st floor.

Side Entrance Hall (West)
2.17m x 1.67m
UPVC glazed side door and sky light to ceiling.

Internal Hallway
3.2m x 1.15m
Traditional style radiator and loft access hatch.

Female WC
6.3m Max x 2.74m Max
3 cubicles, 1 disabled cubical, 4 high level opaque windows, central heating radiator and 2 wash hand basins.

Male WC
6.3m Max (3.6m Min) x 2.4m
1 cubical, 1 disabled cubical, 2 urinals, 1 wash hand basin and central heating radiator. Cupboard housing gas Worchester combination boiler.

FIRST FLOOR FLAT (Living Accommodation)

Landing
4.19m x 3.2m
Large space with two storage cupboards and window to the side elevation.

Kitchen
3.7m x 2.7m
Fitted with a range of wall and base units, with contrasting work surfaces over, stainless steel sink drainer units, built-in electric oven and hob with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for dishwasher, wall mounted gas combination boiler, central heating radiator and window to the side elevation.

Pantry/Store
2.8m x 2.5m

From main landing area door and stairs from landing leading to:

Hallway
Large storage cupboard with electric meter, central heating radiator, sky light to ceiling and loft access hatch.

Lounge
4.6m x 3.89m
Window and central heating radiator.

Bathroom
2.3m x 1.8m
Fully tiled and fitted with a white suite comprising a paneled bath with mains fed shower over, w.c., and pedestal wash hand basin. Central heating radiator and rear window.

Bedroom 1
3.4m x 3.2m
Window and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 2
4m x 2.7m
Window and central heating radiator.

Council Tax
Council Tax Band B

EXTERNAL

Parking
Off road parking to the front for several vehicles.

Rear Courtyard
Fully enclosed block paved yard with gated access.

PLANNING
Conversion of former public house into 4 dwellings (3 units remaining) planning reference DM/19/01294/FPA granted 9th July 2019

UNIT 1

Ground Floor
Side Entrance Hall, Kitchen/ Dining Room, Living Room, Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2 and Shower Room.

External
Parking for 2 cars.

UNIT 2

Ground Floor
Entrance into Living Room, Kitchen/Diner, Rear Lobby with external door and Ground Floor w.c.

First Floor
Landing, Mater Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3 and Shower Room.

External
Parking for 2 cars.

UNIT 3

Ground Floor
Entrance into Living Room with stairs to 1st floor, Ground Floor Bedroom 1, Kitchen/Diner, rear lobby with external door, Ground floor w.c.

First Floor
Landing, Bathroom, Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3.

External
Parking for 2 cars.

Further information is available from the agent or by visiting https://publicaccess.durham.gov.uk/online-applications/ and entering the planning reference DM/19/01294/FPA into the search box.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
Public House & Accommodation - C (63)

RATING ASSESSMENT (Internet enquiry)
With effect 1st April 2017
Description: Public house and premises.
Ratable Value £12,250

LEGAL COSTS
Each party shall be responsible for their own legal costs.

SERVICES
All mains services are connected/available to connect to.

TENURE
We are verbally informed by the vendor that the property is freehold with vacant possession.

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the selling agent Vickers and Barrass, Crook Office: 01388 766676
Offers In Region Of £180,000
Contact us about this property:
Crook Office
5 South Street, Crook, Co Durham DL15 8NE
Tel: 01388 766676
Fax: 01388 767560
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