Spread Eagle back on the market

The Spread Eagle pub on High Street is now being marketed by Yates Estate Agents in Corby as a commercial property, with a restrictive covenant applying to both the pub and car park which will restrict their use to a Public House and the ancillary car park for the use of the pub only. View advertisement.

In mid July, the property was been marketed as a three bed detached house in the residential section of Yates’ website (and on www.rightmove.co.uk). These adverts were removed around 25 July.

A planning application to convert the property into a house was refused by Corby Borough Council on 19 May 2017.

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1 Comment

  1. Village Guy

    We were led to believe that the car park is actually owned by Corby Borough Council, and is “permanent loan” to the pub while the building trades as a public house.

    Is this actually an attempt by the vendor to demonstrate that they have tried to market the property as a public house, with a view to eventually approaching the council with a revised plan to convert to a dwelling? If this was a serious offer, why would it not be marketed via a specialist Public House / Commercial Sales agency, where interested parties would be looking, rather than an agency primarily a local residential sales office.?

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