Formerly known as the Arras Club, the property has been used as a social club for assembly and leisure activities. The property was originally built in the 1900s and opened for comrades of The Great War.
The building is of brick construction with a pitched main roof and shallow pitched extension roof. The property has been the subject of various extensions and modifcations over a number of years.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating. The ground floor area is arranged with a large front games area and a substantial centre main bar and lounge/function room. There is a secondary bar/lounge area and a further bar/lounge at the rear.
The first floor is accessed from a separate entrance and also has its own substantial bar/lounge area.
The ground and first floors each benefit from independent male and female toilet facilities.
The property features a large rear garden with covered seating area measuring approximately 360 square metres.
We understand that the advertisement hoarding on the northern flank wall has been sold in recent years on a 99 year lease at a nominal or peppercorn ground rent.