Former village pub set to go under the hammer at upcoming auction
PUBLISHED: 08:03 02 February 2018
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A former pub at the heart of Elmdon is coming up for auction.
Formerly known as The Elmdon Dial, the property is among 133 lots in an auction being held by Britain’s largest independent regional land and property auctioneer Clive Emson Auctioneers.
The pub, which closed in 2013 as the last of four inns once in the village, is being offered with a freehold guide price of £325,000 at Clive Emson’s Essex regional sale, which is taking place in Chelmsford on February 5.
The property sits on a site of about half-an-acre and is available with vacant possession.
Auctioneer Paul Bridgeman, chairman of the Essex division of the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA), said: “This is a substantial building on a large site. It comprises two bars, a dining room, commercial kitchen and manager’s accommodation above.
“There is ample space for car parking, a small garden to the front and further gardens to the rear which make an ideal setting.
“The former pub and gardens may offer potential alternative uses, subject to all the necessary consents being obtained.”
The first round of Clive Emson’s regional Essex, north and east London auctions in 2018 is being staged at Chelmsford City Racecourse, Great Leighs, on February 5 at 11am.