A FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE WITH EXTENSIVE FAMILY LIVING ACCOMMODATION AND ENJOYING A CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION.
Standing at the heart of Cromford, renowned as part of the Derwent Valley Mills world heritage site, this historic pub with spacious living accommodation presents a rare opportunity for those seeking an owner occupied hospitality opportunity. The distinctive two and three storey Grade II Listed building includes lounge, bar and snug on the ground floor with traditional cellarage and ample space to provide pub dining. At first floor level, a large games room offers versatility to expand the commercial space, whilst the remaining living quarters include four bedrooms and opportunity to adapt and upgrade as maybe desired.
Centrally located above the market place, the pub has long been a hub for both locals and visitors for the area. Cromford is noted for being the historic home of Sir Richard Arkwright, nestling within the delightful Derbyshire Dales and remains a continued draw for tourism trade. The village boasts a handful of local shops and amenities together with a respected primary school, just a level walk from the property. Good road links lead to the neighbouring market towns of Wirksworth Matlock Belper and Bakewell.
Public bar 7.14m x 4.46m
Lounge 5.28m x 4.80m
Snug 3.53m x 3m
Cloakroom 2.32m x 2.03m
Covered area 2.68m x 2.32m
2 x WC
Plus large cellarage
Games room 7.14m x 4.46m
Dining kitchen 4.80m x 4.40m
Sitting room 5.39m x 3.26m
Utility room 3.45m x 2.42m
Coats & boots 3.45m x 1.11m
Bedroom 4.66m x 4.41m
Bedroom 4.80m x 3.90m
Bedroom 3.53m x 3.27m
Bedroom 5.39m x 3.26m
Bathroom 3.27m x 3.32m
Cobbled front forecourt and yard area to the rear.
The purchaser of 47 The Hill, will be given an option to also purchase an area of garden land, located on the opposite side of The Hill across from the building. Price to be agreed.
TENURE – Freehold.
SERVICES – All mains services are available to the property, which enjoys the benefit of gas fired central heating. No specific test has been made on the services or their distribution.
EPC RATING – to be confirmed.
BUSINESS RATES – The Valuation Office lists the premises as Public House and Premises with a Rateable Value, as at 1st April 2023, of £2,900.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS – Only the fixtures and fittings mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. Certain other items may be taken at valuation if required. No specific test has been made on any appliance either included or available by negotiation.
DIRECTIONS – From Matlock Crown Square, take the A6 south through Matlock Bath to Cromford traffic lights. turn right into Market Place and rise up The Hill, where no. 47 can be found on the left hand side, on the junction with North Street.
VIEWING – Strictly by prior arrangement with the Matlock office 01629 580228.