King William IV, Fenstanton

Freehold for Sale

Price: Offers in Excess of £315,000 Ex VAT (exc VAT)

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Charming, Listed pub just off the A14 in superb Cambs village location

Key Points

  • 229 sq m Gross External Area - (2,465 sq ft)
  • Freehold sale with the benefit of vacant possession
  • Highly-coveted village with a variety of amenities
  • Superbly positioned just off the A14
  • Charming trading areas (78 internal covers)
  • Generous 3 double bedroom flat
  • EPC Rating: D (79)


Fenstanton is a charming village located 10 miles north of Cambridge and 6 miles south of Huntingdon with access directly onto the A14. The King William occupies a road side site on the main thoroughfare through the village. There are various other services in the village including a Nisa store, Thai restaurant, fast food takeaways and hairdressers.


The King William IV is predominantly a 2-storey brick built pub with a single storey flat roof extension to the rear. Originally 3 cottages, the charismatic internal trade area benefits from a number of cosy fireplaces and exposed timbers.  From a wooden servery, 22 covers are catered to by a mix of fixed and loose seating. In addition, a dedicated restaurant delivers a further 56 dining covers.

Both areas are very ably supported by a well-equipped commercial kitchen and ground floor cellar. Male & female WCs are also present.

The private accommodation is situated all at 1st floor level. It consists of: 3 double bedrooms (1 with closet), lounge and bathroom. There is a fire escape over the flat roof.

Externally, there is a rear decking area (c. 6 picnic benches) along with a car park for 6-8 vehicles. External covers are also present to the front of the pub.


The area of the site, as measured from digital mapping, is approximately 0.2 acres and the ground floor footprint extends to 229m² (2,465ft²).


The property is administrated by Huntingdonshire District Council.

From reference to the Council's website & English Heritage website, we understand the property is Grade II Listed and is situated within a Conservation Area. There is also a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) on the site. 


We understand the property is fully connected for mains utilities.

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
£12,000.00 per annum (based on a Rateable Value of £25,000)
Council Tax
£1269.96 per annum (Band B)

1 High Street
PE28 9JF