Stone Street, Hadleigh IP7 6DN, UK
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Bloomfield Grey Agent Valuation of this property is £700,000
This substantial former pub/restaurant was renovated and extended in 2009 and traded for several years as “The Donkey”, before closing in 2014. The property is now available for purchase with planning approved for use as a residential dwelling and for the reconfiguration of the interior, to make a substantial five-bedroom home.
At present the building measures 4365 square feet with the vast majority of that accommodation on the ground floor. It includes two WC’s (men’s and women’s), two large seating areas, two lounge areas, a bar and a reception area. There is also a substantial kitchen and food preparation area with a cold-store. Upstairs there are three bedrooms which share the use of a shower room.
The property sits in a south facing plot that measures 0.54 of an acre which includes a large terrace. It shares a gated entrance off Stone Street. Planning has also been granted for a double garage behind the house.
Approved plans for the internal reconfiguration can be provided on request or can be downloaded on Babergh District Council’s planning portal using the reference DC/21/02473.
Hadleigh town centre is around one mile from the property. The A1071 (the main Ipswich to Sudbury road) is within a quarter of a mile and Ipswich centre is a further 9-miles from the premises. The historic village of Kersey is around a mile from the property.
Postcode: IP7 6DN
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Points to note
We understand the property is connected to mains water and electric. It is heated by an oil- fired boiler and has a private sewerage system.
Please note the boundaries shown on the site plan accompanying the online marketing which differ from both the boundaries that were previously allocated to the pub and from those used on the planning application.
The land to the south east of the property (the former pub car park) is available subject to separate negotiation.
Council Tax band and payments to be confirmed. EPC rating C.
An overage clause (due to expire in 2023) applies to part of the land.
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