The Chestnut Horse is a charming, historic 16th century pub located in Easton, Hampshire. It is currently categorised as a 'Great Pub Great Food' outlet due to its delivery of traditional hospitality and its characterful surroundings.
The Chestnut Horse is situated in the beautiful Hampshire village of Easton. The village is currently home to the Chestnut Horse as well as a church, post office, village hall and small auto-garage. It is picturesque and brimming with history as well as being close in proximity to Winchester and the M3 with easy access to London, the New Forest and the South Coast.
Avington Park is located a mere 4 minute drive away from the pub. This privately owned stately home is set in its own parkland, bordering the River Itchen. Once described by William Cobbett as “one of the prettiest places in the County”. Avington has hosted both Charles II and George IV in its amazingly decorated rooms.
Hidden in the idyllic village of Easton, the Chestnut Horse is a traditional English gem of a pub. The pub dates back to the 16th century and boasts traditional décor including a beautiful open fireplace and authentic beamed ceilings. The property features a courtyard garden, bar area and two restaurant areas which are currently utilised for varying dining occasions.
Top Line Figures
- Rent*: c.£60,000 per annum (Estimated)
- Capital Investment: c.£20,000
- Fair Maintainable Turnover: c.£520,000+ per annum (post investment)
There are no letting rooms at this property.
The domestic accommodation consists of three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and lounge area.