Believed to date from the late 16th Century, this former public house is located in the centre of the village of Shrewton, which is approximately 11 miles north of Salisbury. The building occupies a central position within the village, and in recent years has been extensively updated and refurbished.
The property used to provide 14 short-term letting rooms, with communal kitchen facilities. It is considered that the building may be ideal for continued use in the same guise or for other potential uses including residential conversion, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
The living accommodation is split between two distinct parts of the building, described below as Building 1 and Building 2.
Entrance hall, cloakroom with W.C. Previously in use as five double letting rooms, two with en-suite shower rooms with W.C.
Landing, shower room with W.C, four double and one single bedroom.
Kitchen, double bedroom with kitchenette and shower room with W.C.
Landing, shower room with W.C. and three double bedrooms.
Car parking and gardens.
Local Planning Authority
Wiltshire Council. Tel: 01225 713000. Website: wiltshire.gov.uk.