A PUB in a popular Oxfordshire village, which boasts a spacious garden ideal for the summer months, has been put up for sale.

The Crown Inn located in the heart of Shrivenham, a few miles from Faringdon, is on the market for £410,000 just in time for the reopening of the hospitality industry from mid-April.

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In less that two weeks, pubs and outdoor cafes will be able to welcome back eager customers as part of the Prime Minister's four-step roadmap out of lockdown.

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The Crown Inn on High Street is well known and loved by the community it serves for its large garden and bistro style restaurant.

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Some of the pub's key features include the accessible location, excellent beer terrace plus covered area, a bar and a restaurant that can accommodate up to 60 customers.

However, the property is now in need of a new owner and has been placed on the market as a freehold, with the sale advertised on both Bristol-based surveyor Fleurets and Rightmove.

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Describing the pub, Rightmove states: "Cottage style building constructed on ground and first floors with painted elevations under a pitch tiled roof. 

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"Significantly, our clients have extended the ground floor to enable reconfiguring of the toilets, kitchen and the addition of a restaurant.

"Of particular note is an easily manageable enclosed beer garden with a covered area next to it, which provides valuable additional external seating during the warmer months."

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The pub also has a three-bed private accommodation and Fleurets says that it has the potential for alternative use.