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Village site seeks community spirited operator
The Golden Ball sits in the centre of the village of Littlemore 3 miles from the centre of Oxford with excellent transport links. Surrounded by mixed housing and very close to Littlemore Hospital and several small businesses. The property is sited down a small side street opposite a college and next to a large church both of which supply visitors to the pub particularly during the summer months.
The pub has two bars, feature fires an ample beer garden, small car park, a pool area and catering kitchen which could serve 30 covers inside and a further 40 outside. The garden features an “Aunt Sally” pitch a very popular game in Oxfordshire during the summer months
The Golden Ball trades as a community local and is mainly wet led. There is the potential for a small value food to be put in place serving meals and quality bar snacks throughout the day. Cask and craft ales should feature in the wet offer together with supporting teams from the local community.
To be a success at this site the new operator needs to be prepared to immerse themselves in the local community and get involved in the local village activities.Supporting the teams who call the pub home will be essential as will the ability to provide a food offer that meets the needs of the locals.
There is a very generous flat upstairs consisting of three bedrooms a lounge, kitchen and bathroom all in good order clean and well decorated.
Key Financial Information
Please note that Energy Performance Certificates are available from the landlord.
- F & F £ 5000 TBC
- Stock £ 3000
- Working Capital £2000
- Security Deposit £5000
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