A country pub dating back to the Hanoverian period will be auctioned later this month.
The 300-year-old Royal Oak pub, near Bromyard Downs in Herefordshire, closed in 2020 but dates to the reign of George I.
The freehold establishment in Norton, around a mile from Bromyard, has a cottage on its 2.7-acre plot and will have a guide price of £275,000 in the livestreamed Bond Wolfe’s auction on October 26.
He said: “This is a 300-year-old, character-filled public house that – until its closure in 2020 – offered a wide range of food and drink with a large, picturesque beer garden.
“This is an excellent opportunity to reopen and further develop the property to benefit from its sought-after location.”
Mr Mattin added that any alternative potential uses would be subject to planning permission.