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Peacock Inn in Chelsworth placed on the market for sale




A long-running village pub has been placed on the market, after 10 years under its outgoing owner.

Business property advisor Christie & Co announced that The Peacock Inn in Chelsworth had been put up for sale, after owner Will Cripps, who has operated the 14th century inn as a freehouse since 2010, decided to step away from the business to pursue other endeavours.

Anthony Jenkins, associate director at Christie & Co, said: “There is a great opportunity to further develop trade from the letting rooms.

11/02/2020, Chelsworth, UK. ..Peacock Inn in Chelsworth, which has been placed up for sale. ..Photo by Mark Bullimore. (28959332)
11/02/2020, Chelsworth, UK. ..Peacock Inn in Chelsworth, which has been placed up for sale. ..Photo by Mark Bullimore. (28959332)

“The new accommodation block with three upmarket, en-suite bedrooms came on stream over the last year or so and, when coupled with the existing bedroom stock, it gives any new owner a good base to increase sales and to build on the food sales at the pub.

“This is a unique chance to acquire an archetypal country inn with the added benefit of letting rooms.”

The pub is being marketed at £385,000 for the freehold interest, and it remains open for business.

For more information about the sale, go online to www.christie.com.

To contact The Peacock Inn, call 01449 743952 or go online to thepeacockchelsworth.com.


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