A PUB building in Neston has been put on the market for £850,000.

The Royal Oak on Town Lane in Little Neston has been popular among locals for many years. The pub features a  family orientated restaurant, indoor play area and sports bar.

The property has now gone up for sale on Rightmove by Manchester letting agents, Savills, for a price of £850,000.

The sale advert states the current business is unaffected and that there is a tenancy agreement in place.

The property comprises the ground, basement, and first floor of a two-storey detached public house with brick and rendered elevations beneath a pitched tile roof.

The basement includes a beer cellar and storage while the ground floor provides split trading accommodation, with the main lounge bar providing seating for 45 customers and the public bar providing seating for 25 customers over loose tables, chairs and fixed bench seating.

The property also includes customer WC’s, a single gentlemen’s WC, and an accessible toilet.

The first floor comprises manager’s accommodation consisting of three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, office, and WC.

The property is held freehold public house investment. The entire property is let to two private individuals on a 20-year lease from April 6 2017 at a current rent of £74,319 per annum which is subject to five yearly open market reviews and annual uncapped RPI increases. A rent deposit of £17,915.72 is held by the landlord.

Business is unaffected by sale.

The lease expires in April 2037.