New owner sought for Spotted Ox

Spotted Ox

The Spotted Ox at Tockwith is being offered for sale through the Leeds office of leisure property specialists Fleurets. Owners Ian and Sheila Robinson are looking to retire after 12 years at the pub.

The Spotted Ox enjoys a focal position at the centre of the attractive Conservation village of Tockwith, next to the village hall. Tockwith is situated in the “Golden Triangle”, a favoured area to the north of Leeds bounded by York around 8.5 miles to the east, Harrogate 13.5 miles to the west and Wetherby some 6 miles to the south west. The A59 lies around 4 miles to the north and allows for easy access to the nearby A1 (M).

An attractive colour washed end of terrace property, the Spotted Ox comprises a traditionally appointed public bar seating around 25/30 and adjoining two section lounge seating around 45/50 overall. At the rear of the property is a former smithy, now a function room, licensed for around 100 and known as “The Forge”. In addition there is a large lawned beer garden and for owners, a spacious four bedroom private flat.

Nick Thomas of Fleurets commented: “The Spotted Ox has been in the hands of the current owners since 2004 and is an established and traditional village public house enjoying a largely local regular trade from the village as well as that from the surrounding area.”

Trade is largely wet driven in addition to which the Spotted Ox enjoys additional function trade courtesy of “The Forge”. The existing lease offers partial free of tie terms, with the availability of a couple of guest beers and also being free of tie for wines, spirits and minerals

The Spotted Ox offers the opportunity for buyers to acquire a traditional village pub in an attractive and sought after area.

The leasehold interest for the Spotted Ox is being offered at an asking price of £55,000.

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