A fully refurbished boutique hotel and restaurant in Old Harlow, Essex has gone on the market for £1.75m.
The building is home to eight bedrooms, an open plan restaurant and bar with space for 90 covers, plus a function room with capacity for around 40 people.
The site also benefits from planning permission for eight garden suites.
Located in the affluent village of Old Harlow (a designated Conservation Area which has retained much of its original market town character), the original parts of the property date back to around 1600 when it was a chantry house to the local church.
It is believed the property was sold by the Crown into private ownership in the early 17th century and the house, much as we see it today, was constructed around 1650.
Paul Barrasford, director in Colliers International’s Hotels Agency team who is selling the property, commented: “The refurbishment has been undertaken to an exceptionally high standard and is a great opportunity for a new owner capitalise on this fantastic product offering in a strong trading location.”