A QUIRKY five-bedroom home which used to be a city pub is on the market at £650,000.

The Royal George was previously situated on Tunnel Hill, but it is now a freehold property which has been brought to the market by Allan Morris estate agents on Zoopla.

The front of the property offers extensive parking behind a wall and a gated entrance, with plenty of space for multiple vehicles.

The property currently consists of five self-contained apartments with tenants in situ but does offer scope for improvement or redevelopment subject to necessary planning.

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Worcester News: Lots of the home features remnants from the former pub.Lots of the home features remnants from the former pub. (Image: Zoopla)

In the self-contained apartments, there is a sitting room, a kitchen and a shower room each, with one of these apartments beneath the ground floor.
The main house has an entrance hall and a large sitting room area, which was the former bar.

There is also a large kitchen with further space and a prep room, as well as a dining room.

The master bedroom comes fitted with a dressing area and en-suite bathroom. and there is also a large storage area at the property which used to be a bowling alley.

The rear of the property features a large patio and an extensive garden.

It was first listed on the market on Tuesday, April 4, and is within easy reach of local amenities, schooling, Worcester city centre and major transport links.

For more information on the property, you can visit https://rb.gy/u8sbt.