For Sale Guide Price £375,000
Knowl Road, Golcar, Huddersfield

Floorplans For Golcar, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Description


A fantastic and sought after local village Pub/bar with the additional benefit of a flat above which would suit itself to owner occupier or staff accommodation. The Junction is set in the heart of Golcar village and is well known for its stunning decor with open fires, stone floors and wooden beams having been updated with a strong renovation project by the current owners.

The Junction Pub is one of Golcar's higher end bars, with a cosy modern sports lounge with flat screens which is set to the side of the main bar area, big open plan seating space inside allowing space for a live band and plenty of room for customers to enjoy, complete with stunning open stone fireplaces and floors. Small kitchen with industrial appliances giving potential for food sales. Upstairs is a function/lounge area with glass balcony overlooking the bar. Disabled W.C on the main floor, down stone steps to modern W.C. There is additional seating area outside with a lovely low maintenance outdoor seating area enjoying views over the valley.

This is a Freehouse and is business and building in one. Comes completely free of ties. Great business opportunity with further potential

The Flat: The flat is accessed from the upper function room level and has a staircase down to the outside. It comes with a good size open plan living area to the kitchen which is fitted with modern appliances and a good range of eye and base level units. There is a three piece bathroom suite and a bedroom which has a cupboard offset.

Golcar is a village on a hillside crest above the Colne Valley in West Yorkshire being approximately 2.5 miles west of Huddersfield and just north of the River Colne and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. The main transport access is from the A62 (Manchester Road), through Milnsbridge in the valley bottom or via Scapegoat Hill from the A640 (New Hey Road) at the top of the hill.

History tells us that Golcar was named after St Guthlac, who preached in the area during the 8th century, its name is recorded in the Domesday Book as Goullakarres. During the Industrial Revolution Golcar became an important centre for weaving.

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