Ram Inn, Whittlesey

Freehold for Sale

Price: Offers in the Region of £295,000 Ex VAT (exc VAT)

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Attractive, prominent freehold in north Cambridgeshire town

Key Points

  • 315 sq m Gross External Area - (3,391 sq ft)
  • Freehold sale with the benefit of vacant possession
  • Large function room with dedicated bar and WCs
  • Trade garden wrapping around behind pub
  • Dedicated parking- c. 12 spaces
  • Large private accommodation at 1st floor level
  • Site area- 0.36 acres (approx)
  • EPC Rating C (70)


The town of Whittlesey, population c. 15,000, is located approximately 6 miles east of the Peterborough via the A605. The Ram is situated on the B1040 an important main road into, and very close to, the town centre.


The Ram is predominantly a 2 storey brick built under pitched roof. There is a single storey flat roof extension to the rear and then the adjoining function room. The function room is self-contained and benefits from front and rear access.

The bar area is accessed from the northern side of the property. Here, a refurbished trading space caters to 25-30 covers. It also houses a darts board and AWPs. Male & female WCs are also found at ground floor level, along with a beer cellar. The function room to the rear is large and contains its own bar and WCs. There is also a number of storage/preparatory areas supporting this.

There is a car park to the side of the property for c. 12 vehicles with a large trade garden which wraps around behind the pub.

The private accommodation is all situated at 1st floor and primarily consists of 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. There is further loft storage space in addition.


The area of the site, as measured from digital mapping, is approximately 0.36 acres and the ground floor footprint extends to 315m² (3,390ft²).


We are advised that the property is not listed nor is it situated within a Conservation Area.

Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries to Fenland District Council at www.fenland.gov.uk or on 01354 654321.


The premises benefits from a licence to serve alcohol from 10am-02am (Mon-Sun). There are no notable conditions on the licence.

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 beer raising equipment.

Trading Information

Our client is not in occupation and therefore no trade is sold or warranted. 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 £10,750)
The property benefits from 100% small business rate relief
Council Tax
£1348.26 per annum (Band B)

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