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17th century Cheshire inn comes to market

Savills, on behalf of a private client, has brought to market the historic Holly Bush Inn in Little Leigh near Northwich at a guide price of £750k.

The Grade II-listed property comprises four separate buildings over a 2.63 acre site in the Cheshire countryside. Together the four buildings offer a bar and dining area with 58 covers, 14 en suite guest bedrooms, and a 3-bed private living accommodation.

The inn also benefits from an extensive beer garden, orchard and parking area.

Situated approximately one mile outside of the village of Little Leigh, Holly Bush Inn fronts the A49 and is also in close proximity to junction 10 of the M56 providing access to the wider motorway network.

Tom Cunningham, director at Savills Manchester, commented, “Full of character and history, Holly Bush Inn offers a rare opportunity to acquire the freehold interest in a unique, listed property.

'Located in the picturesque Cheshire countryside, whilst also benefitting from convenient travel links, we’re expecting strong interest in this site.”