£525,000 Freehold
Attractive Destination Cheshire A Road Pub/Restaurant development opportunity Freehold £525,000

Chetwode Arms
Street Lane
Lower Whitley
Warrington
Cheshire

Key Points
  • Adjoins A49 in affluent Cheshire village.
  • Attractive Grade II listed period property on 2.61 acre site.
  • Range of characterful trading areas with 70 covers.
  • Large car park, extensive external trading areas and bowling green.
  • Currently closed and requiring refurbishment and development works.
Location
The property is located in the village of Lower Whitley, adjoining the A49, Tarporley Road, just south of the larger village of Higher Whitley in an attractive rural Cheshire setting. The pub benefits from an wealthy catchment with Northwich 4 miles to the south east, Stretton and Warrington, 2 miles and 6 miles to the north respectively. The area generally is affluent, with a number of attractive and well to do villages in the surrounding area. In addition, road communications are good allowing accessible journey times to the property from south and west Manchester and the Wirral, with the junction of the A49/A533, 1 mile to the south and the M56 and M6 motorways both within easy reach.
Description
The Chetwode is an attractive Grade II listed public house dating from 1800 with many original features both externally and internally and is of 2 storey brick construction beneath interlocking pitched tiled roofs. To the rear of the pub is the main car park with 20 spaces with an additional car park for approximately 40 vehicles, adjoining beer garden and large field adjacent to the A49. Furthermore, there is a well cared for floodlit bowling green with viewing facilities. A service yard with calor gas tank, septic tank and stores lies to the rear of the car park.