Hogsthorpe bar’s freehold asking price ‘substantially reduced’

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THE agents looking to sell an 18th century pub in Hogsthorpe have ‘substantially reduced’ the freehold asking price.

The Saracen’s Head is now on the market for £195,000.

“The asking price for an early 18th century inn situated in the centre of the attractive Lincolnshire coastal village of Hogsthorpe has been reduced in price down to just £195,000,” said a spokesperson for the agents, Fleurets.

“This delightful freehold freehouse is available through specialist pub and leisure agents Fleurets.

“Accommodation includes two bars, dining room, catering kitchen, spacious three bedroom living quarters and a car park.

“In addition, there is a disused function room that, subject to planning, is suited for conversion to letting accommodation.

“The Saracen’s Head occupies a prominent position in the centre of the village opposite the Parish Church and faces the busy A52 coach road between Skegness and Sutton-on-Sea.

“It is within easy driving distance of the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds and the market towns of Alford, Spilsby and Louth. The village is just two miles from the coast.

“As an alternative to selling the freehold, the owner is also prepared to grant a new free of tie lease,” they added.

For further details of this delightful property and business opportunity visit Fleurets website at www.fleurets.com or contact Bob Whittle at Fleurets on 01787 378050.