The Nelson Inn sits beside the Calder and Hebble Navigation in Thornhill Lees, on the outskirts of Dewsbury. It is a historic detached public house, dating back to the 17th century with some original beams. The three bedroom owners’ accommodation is on the first floor, and includes a lounge, kitchen, office, and bathroom. A leafy patio overlooks the canal, with seating for 18. There is loads of scope for an enthusiastic owner occupier to transform this property in to a successful business, and realise the potential offered by its canalside location.
The pub is set side on to a fairly busy road. It is currently run as a community inn, serving food, drink, and guest beers, to a mainly local clientele. To the front there is a small car park for eight cars, and seating for 18 at the picnic tables on the paved frontage. It has three trade areas seating 28, 32 and 36, and a games room for pool and darts players. The rear bar has a stone fireplace and door to the rear patio. The pub also offers a commercial kitchen, male and female cloakrooms, a smoking shelter, a cellar coldstore and a cellar beer room.
Please note that the vendor is not the occupier, so please do not make any direct approach to the business. For further details, including VAT liability and information about fixtures and fittings, please contact the agent, Sidney Phillips, quoting reference 43517.
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