The subject property occupies a prominent position fronting High Street within Southam Conservation Area. The premises are situated close to the commercial heart of the town with its attendant amenities including free public car parking at nearby Wood Street Car Park. There is also some limited stay on-street parking to hand. Southam is well located being between Leamington (6 miles) and Daventry (11 miles) on the A425, and Coventry (14 miles) and Banbury (14 miles) on the A423. Rugby is about 11 miles via the A426. Southam is also conveniently situated for the M40 (Junction 12 – 6 miles) and the wider Midlands Motorway Network including the M6, M45 and M1 (all distances are approximate). Southam is a popular Warwickshire Market Town with a population of about 6,567 (2011 Census).
The premises comprise a ground floor public house with a manager’s flat on the first floor, which form part of a larger three storey period property in mixed commercial/residential use.
The pub briefly comprises: vestibule; a large open plan bar servery/seating area; separate male and female w.c.'s; kitchen/preparation area; staff w.c. (currently removed); cellar. The manager’s flat briefly comprises: double bedroom; lounge/dining area; kitchen; bathroom.
The ground floor is otherwise considered suitable for a variety of other uses, e.g. restaurant, retail, leisure etc., subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
Bar Servery/Seating Area: 1,415.00
Kitchen/Preparation Area: 140.00