Dukes Head, Corpusty

Freehold for Sale

Price: Offers in the Region of £265,000 Ex VAT exc VAT

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Lovely pub in a beautiful Norfolk village opposite village green

Key Points

  • 132 sq m Gross External Area - (1,421 sq ft)
  • Charming north Norfolk village situated 6 miles south of Holt
  • Positioned at the centre of the village opposite the Primary School and the green
  • Open plan trade areas with large 3 bed accommodation above
  • Large rear trade garden - split into 2 parts
  • Site area- 0.32 acres (approx)
  • EPC Rating: 105 (E)


Corpusty is a Norfolk village situated 16 miles north of Norwich and 6 miles south of Holt. It is a popular tourist destination, particularly for those interested in outdoor pursuits. The village itself is situated in the valley of the River Bure and is home to the famous Corpusty Mill and its surrounding gardens. The village is also home to the well regarded Corpusty County Primary School and village shop (Spar). The locally famous Corpusty bonfire night is hosted on the village green opposite.


The Dukes Head is an end of terrace 2 storey double bay fronted brick and flint built property under pitched tiled roof.  Access is via central entrance lobby into a bar area, with wooden bar servery, with space for 12 covers.  This leads onto a more informal lounge area, with open fireplaces and space for a further 12. To the rear there is a lowered dining area which is formally laid out for 16 covers.  Serving this area is a commercial trade kitchen to the rear, ground floor cellar and male and female WC’s. 

The substantial 1st floor accommodation provides 3 double bedrooms, study area, family bathroom, utility room and large lounge. 

Externally the property benefits from 2 grassed trade areas. Accessed from the rear of the pub is a trade garden with space for 6 picnic tables.  Further to the rear is a larger garden with space for marquees or 30 picnic tables. In addition there is a side alleyway servicing a yard and single storey brick outbuilding, currently used for storage.  To the front there are 3 further picnic tables.

Generally the property is presented in very good condition having undergone extensive refurbishment and internal alterations in 2006.

The area of the site, as measured from digital mapping, is approximately 0.32 acres and the ground floor footprint, excluding the rear outbuilding, extends to 132m² (1,420 ft²).


We are advised that the property is neither Listed nor situated within a conservation area.

Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries to North Norfolk District Council at www.northnorfolk.org or by telephone on 01263 513811.

Fixtures & Fittings

No fixtures and fittings will be warranted with this sale and an inventory cannot be provided. The property is being 'sold as seen' and any items left on the day of completion will be inherited by the purchaser excluding any third party items such as games machines or beer raising equipment.

Trading Figures & Turnover

Our client is not in occupation and therefore does not have access to detailed accounts. Barrelage figures can be made available to any genuinely interested parties.

Rates & Charges

Business Rates
£0.00 per annum (based on a Rateable Value of £10,500)
The property benefits from 100% small business rate relief
Council Tax
£1009.69 per annum (Council Tax: Band A)

The Street
NR11 6QG