WELL-PRESENTED DETACHED GRADE II LISTED DESTINATION INN IN SOUGHT-AFTER DEVON VILLAGE ON THE EDGE OF DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK
THE WHO’D HAVE THOUGHT IT INN, MILTON COMBE, YELVERTON, DEVON, PL20 6HP
Stonesmith of Exeter are delighted to have sold The Who’d Have Thought It Inn, a substantial character Grade II listed detached village inn, set in over an acre. With origins reputedly dating back to the 16th Century, this substantial and deceptively spacious inn has recently been sympathetically extended, enhancing the original character of the property and upgrading the facilities. Presented to an extremely high standard throughout the business offers 2 high quality Ensuite Letting Bedrooms, character Main Bar (20+), 4 interconnecting character filled Restaurant/Dining Rooms (62), exceptionally well equipped commercial catering kitchen with extensive Ancillary Facilities. There is a Self Contained Owner’s Apartment. The grounds extend to over an acre and incorporate a Large Customer Car Park for 40+ vehicles.
The Who’d Have Thought It Inn is a highly regarded and extremely well-presented destination village inn which occupies a prominent trading position in the heart of Milton Combe. The picturesque village located on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park and a short walk up the hill is the National Trust owned Buckland Abbey. The nearby village of Yelverton (3.5 miles) offers a wide range of shops and a supermarket, the town of Tavistock is 9 miles and the city of Plymouth is just over 10 miles.
The freehold property was sold for an undisclosed figure off an asking price of £475,000.
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