The Church Inn in Birtle has gone up for sale for a whopping £1 million.

The 17th century inn is located in the stunning village of Birtle and is surrounded by around four acres of grazing land, gardens and car parking.

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The inn, located on Castle Hill Road, offers panoramic southerly views towards Manchester and Cheshire.

Bury Times: The stunning views from the pub

The pub has been closed for a long time and the current owners are looking to retire.

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Estate agents Pearson Ferrier have listed the pub and have said: “We understand The Church Inn is one of the oldest pubs in the region and during 1970s was extended to provide approximately 100 cover restaurant, kitchen, preparation room and outside seating area.

“The Inn and restaurant have traded successfully over the last five decades but during the pandemic was forced to close and the current owners are now looking to retire.

“There is great potential to re-open the pub and restaurant, the facilities require little work to be fully re commissioned.”

Bury Times: The bar area

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The inn offers space for approximately 100 guests, has a kitchen and bar area that are ready to trade from, has extensive car parking and there is lost of potential for a development opportunity.

The owners or managers accommodation comprises of two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

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