Cross Roads, Keighley, BD22
Village public house located at the heart of Bronte Country near Haworth.
Immediately available with vacant possession
The subject property consists of a public house/village inn with main bar, function room and residential accommodation at first floor. To the basement is a storage facility and barrel store. The subject premises are located on a sloping site providing ample car parking to the rear as well a small grassed area/garden. The main public house area consists of main bar area, off pool room, elevated function/restaurant area, kitchen (for the public house) and stores. Located to the rear of the public house is access to the garage and
storage areas located beneath the function room.
Accessed internally is the manager's accommodation providing three bedroomed accommodation with separate lounge, cloakroom and bathroom.
The property has been measured in accordance with the RICS Property Measurement - 1st Edition (2015), as updated by 2nd Edition (2018). All measurements are approximate.Main bar/function room, pool room - 136 sqm (1,464 sqft)Kitchen, cellars combined - 27.13 sqm (292 sqft)Residential Accommodation - 101 sqm (1,087 sqft)
The premises are available to purchase freehold although this has not been verified by an inspection of the Title Deeds.£249,999 plus VAT where applicable.
The premises are assessed for rating purposes and have the following rateable value:Rateable Value: £8,400Standard Non Domestic Multiplier 2019/20 : 49.1pN.B. The rateable value is not the sum payable. The Non Domestic Business Multiplier should be applied after which small business relief and transitional phasing may also be applicable. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Valuation Office Agency or Local Authority.
The Cross Roads Inn is located approximately 2 miles south west of Keighley at the junction of the A6033 and the A629, providing direct access to Keighley.
The village forms part of Keighley and is situated in close proximity to Haworth, famed for its association with the Bronte Sisters. The subject
property is located at the crossroads (a mini roundabout) at the junction of the A6033 and the A629.