Staverton inn changes hands

16 March 2006
Staverton inn changes hands

The Pheasant Inn, which is located in the Gloucestershire village of Staverton, has changed hands.

Richard Shorting has bought the leasehold on the inn from former owner Colin Godfrey off a £75,000 guide price.

The detached, two-storey building fronts a busy road and is ideally placed to attract passing trade.

It is also within close reach of the GCHQ building in nearby Cheltenham, Gloucester Airport ,and several large business and trading parks.

Facilities include a main lounge bar with polished wood flooring, a 20-seat dining area, a 46-seat restaurant, a skittle alley that doubles as a function room, a rear garden, and a car park.

The property also contains a stainless steel catering kitchen and three-bedroom owners' accommodation.

The sale was handled by the Bristol office of Christie & Co.

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