Newly-renovated Grade-II listed hotel on the hunt for new owner as project nears completion


A Grade-II listed property in Old Harlow, Essex, is now on the hunt for a new buyer, following a complete renovation from its derelict state by developers.

Churchgate Hotel is almost ready to reopen as its refurbishment project nears completion, which has seen its eight bedrooms, bar, restaurant and beer garden given a makeover.

Property adviser firm Davis Coffer Lyons has been instructed by Longmont Properties to market the 17th century country public house and boutique hotel.

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Offers are invited although no asking price has been listed, it is understood the refurbishment works are close to completion.

The hotel also comes with planning permission for a further eight garden suites and will be available freehold or leasehold.

Connie Start, associate director of Davis Coffer Lyons, said: “The property has been refurbished to a high standard and would ideally suit an experienced multiple pub or hotel enterprise, or a corporate operator.”

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