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Village pub and restaurant put up for sale

The Three Cranes, a Grade II listed pub and restaurant in the North Bedfordshire village of Turvey, has been brought to the market through for an asking price of £895,000.

Adjacent to the village church and the Grade I listed Turvey House, the substantial, freehold property is the focal point of the village. The pub comprises three trade areas, including the bar, snug and dining room, which can seat up to 70 covers altogether, a large commercial kitchen, separate wash up area, ground floor beer cellar, as well as wet and dry storage.

The Three Cranes also features five equipped ensuite letting bedrooms set across the ground and first floors and also benefits from a one bedroom manager’s flat with a kitchenette.

Externally, there is bench seating for 15 to 20 guests to the front of the building and an attractive trade garden with seating for 40 covers, which is particularly popular with customers throughout the summer months. The garden presents the opportunity for a new owner to host events and functions for approximately 100 guests.

There is also parking available for eight vehicles to the side of the property, in addition to ample street parking within the local vicinity.

Tim Widdows, business agent at Christie and Co’s Reading office is handling the sale and said: “The Three Cranes presents a fantastic opportunity to acquire a lovely village pub in a picturesque location with wonderful views. It is ideally suited for a hands on owner operator who can see the business’ potential and has the passion and energy to take the pub to the next level.”

Christie and Co is seeking an asking price of £895,000 for the freehold interest of The Three Cranes.

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