The available space comprises a public house with ground floor trading area and letting rooms arranged over the first and second floors.
The property has planning permission for an additional five bedrooms.
The property is available freehold at offers in excess of £550,000..
Property facts for General Elliot, Oxford
The property comprises a detached building of Cotswold stone construction, with the second floor being in the roof slopes which is clay tiled with dormer windows. There is a single storey extension with a flat roof. There is also a detached annexe which is currently staff accommodation, of similar construction to the main building.
The property is located in South Hinksey a picturesque village immediately to the south of the city of Oxford and close to A34 Oxford southern bypass and the River Thames. The building is situated in a good location attracting custom from Oxford and the surrounding areas. The property has the benefit of being linked to the city centre by the ‘Devil’s Backbone’, which is a historic raised causeway across open floodplains, providing pedestrian and cycle access.
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