The Slipway Public House comprises of 2 two-storey buildings linked by a central courtyard.
The ground floor of the open plan bar and dining area was extensively refurbished in 2018 and benefits from ancillary living accommodation to the first floor.
The separate two-storey outbuilding adjacent to Crabtree Lane, is used as a store but offers clear scope for conversion subject to the necessary consents.
From the main dining and bar area, patio doors lead onto a paved patio area with enclosed grassed lawned beer garden beyond.
Behind the beer garden, there is a further grassed area which has planning permission for 3 single storey holiday accommodation chalets. Planning Reference 2019/0192/Full.
A copy of the Planning Permission and drawings are available on request.
On the opposite side of Crabtree Lane, there is a large tarmac car park area running parallel to the Leeds Liverpool Canal, which extends to approximately 0.42 acres (subject to confirmation with the Deeds). We understand this site is situated in the greenbelt and thus may have development potential in certain circumstances such as rural affordable housing - subject to Planning and all the necessary consents.
Offered with vacant possession on completion, the property offers clear continuous use as an attractive canal side pub/restaurant with Planning Permission for the holiday chalets or possibly conversion of the existing buildings for alternative uses such as residential, subject to the necessary consents.
- Open Plan Pub/Restaurant Refurbished in 2018
- Idyllic Canal Side Setting
- Planning Granted for 3 Self Catering Holiday Units to the Rear Existing Beer Garden
- Large Adjacent Car Park and Adjacent Two Storey Outbuilding
- Alternative Use/Conversion Potential - Subject To The Necessary Consent
- Offered With Vacant Possession on Completion