THIS historic 17th century village pub with letting rooms could be yours for £190,000.

Tower Bank Arms Village Inn is located in Near Sawrey just two miles from Hawkshead and seven miles from Ambleside.

The Lakeland village inn has a main bar and lounge area for 22 people, as well as restaurant which can cater for up to 24 people.

There are also four individually styled letting rooms, three double and one twin with ensuite facilities available.

According to listing, net turnover for the year ending February 2022 was £430,000. Of that turnover, nearly £150,000 was net profit.

The pub was illustrated in Beatrix Potter’s tales of Jemina Puddleduck with the famous writer and illustrator living in Hill Top, a 17th century farmhouse in the village.

The village lies on the B5285 linking to Hawkhead northbound and east to Far Sawrey and  Windermere where the car ferry links to Bowness.

The property is of stone construction over two storeys to the main building under a slate roof and dates back to the 17th century when it was originally built as an Ale House.

To find out more information or to request a viewing, contact Sidney Phillips Limited on 01434 405339.