A RIVERSIDE county pub with accommodation and gardens is available to purchase for £375,000.

The Bridge Hotel, in the village of Stanford-on-Teme, has been brought to the market by property specialists, Sidney Phillips.

The sale of the pub includes the bar and restaurant area, three-bedroom owners accommodation, two self-contained flats, gardens, car parking and a former 1.34 acre camp site.

The Bridge Hotel is a Victorian property, with mock Tudor elevations, measuring  in excess of 6,000 square feet.

It is currently let to a third party tenant and is available for purchase as an investment, with a current rental income of £36,000 per annum (9.6 per cent yield).

The main lounge bar has three sections, with part carpeted and part boarded floor, tongue and grooved panelled walls and a feature chimney breast, with exposed antique bricks and two fireplaces with real effect fires currently installed. 

The room is currently arranged for 40 customers, and the bar servery has tongue and grooved panelled frontage and mirror display back fitting.  

There is another public bar and games room, in two sections, with boarded floor throughout.  The bar area has fixed seating and loose bar chairs currently arranged for 20 plus customers. 

The games area has assorted loose seating, a pool table, a darts area and double door access to the rear.

The pub features another trade room, to the rear of the trading areas, that is carpeted, with tongue and grooved panelled walls and and assorted seating for 20 or so customers. 

The pub has ladies, gentlemen's and disabled toilets off the inner hallway, and a catering kitchen full selection of stainless steel catering effects and work surfaces.  

The owners accommodation, occupies the first floor, with a lounge area, a kitchen, a bathroom and a double bedroom.

The second floor features three double bedrooms and a separate bathroom.

The property also benefits from two, one bedroom flats located on the first floor.

Located at first floor are two independent one bedroom flats with their own separate external entrances.

Both flats have a kitchen and living room area with fitted units, and a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room.

Opposite the pub and beyond the car park is a former campsite, which is now overgrown, extending to 1.34 acres.

At the front of the property is a patioed area, and a further yard area to the rear with some private parking spaces.

The rear of the property also features a terraced and block paved, trade garden .

For more details, visit https://www.sidneyphillips.co.uk/business-detail/86213.