A period pub in the heart of Dalton town centre is currently for sale at £250,000.

The traditional town centre pub known for its real ale, the Masons Arms, is located on Market Street. 

Described as a 'superb period freehold public house premises' by agents Corrie & Co, the property also boasts spacious accommodation upstairs.

Altogether, the pub houses a lounge bar, public bar with pool/snooker table and adjoining snug.

A games room can be found inside along with a self-contained patio and beer garden to the rear.

The lounge has a purpose-built timber bar with recess lighting, mirrors and shelving to the rear.

A built in stone-effect fire surround also compliments this well-equipped ample customer space with bench seating.

The games room also has bench seating with LED lighting, a central pool table and a side recess for darts.

The Mail: Inside the lounge with timber bar and games roomA rear porch is accessed from an inner hall which has opaque glazed windows and an external door to a utility room.

This room has work surfaces, a stainless steel sink unit, recess and plumbing for washing machine with a recess for potential dryer.

Here, a doorway leads to the kitchen which has two windows has ample preparation surfaces, a stainless table, six six-ring gas range cooker with ovens, deep fat fryer and a bain marie.

A cellar downstairs has plenty of room for barrels whilst upstairs, the accommodation is described as 'in good order with modern fitments and tasteful décor'. 

Traditional spindled stairs lead from the ground floor and rear hall to the first floor landing.

The Mail: The living room in the accommodation upstairsLeading onto the lounge, this impressive, period-style room boasts a good ceiling height of 2.90m and has four wall lights and along with a central ceiling light.

The four bedrooms each have tasteful period style fire surrounds with the modern and attractive bathroom having a shell pattern three piece suite in white with brass faced fitments.

Outside, there is access to a large off-road parking area.

The property agents say the pub is 'sensibly priced' and anyone interested should direct their enquiries to Corrie & Co website or call 01229 825333.