Hampshire freehouse sold after 15 years in same hands

27 July 2006
Hampshire freehouse sold after 15 years in same hands

The Treacle Mine hotel in Tadley, Hampshire, has changed hands after 15 years with the same family.

The freehouse, which is six miles north of Basingstoke, has a prime edge-of-village location facing a new sports facility, with residential developments earmarked for land opposite the pub.

Along with seven en-suite bedrooms, the property offers a main bar, a snug bar, a 50-seat restaurant, a pool area and a pub garden.

There is also two-bedroom accommodation for the new owner, local first-time pub buyer Amanda Taylor.

The Winchester office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £600,000.

By Angela Frewin

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