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The Mussel Inn


Down Thomas
PL9 0AQ Plymouth
Ref: 7758

  • 0.00 ft² (0.00 m²)
  • 350,000



• The property comprises a two storey public house with trade areas on the ground floor and living accommodation above. The building appears to be a number of adjoining brick and mortar cottages with render finish and pitched tiled roofs. The ground floor provides largely open plan trade areas to provide for a public bar and various breakout dining areas for up to 60 covers and decorated in traditional style with exposed stone, flagstone style flooring, open fires and stripped wood. The first floor may suit two flats and provides for 5 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and two bathrooms (one ground floor). Externally there is a customer car park, beer garden and private yard and garden.


Close to Plymouth and the coast in the South Hams

Ground floor trading areas

Five bedroom flat

Customer car parking (24)

Beer garden

0.29 hectares/ 0.72 acre


The property is available for sale on a freehold basis with a guide price of £350,000 plus VAT.


Offers can be sent by post or email for the attention of Michael Easton. In order that we can give detailed consideration to all the offers received, we ask that the following information is included with your offer:
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The Mussel Inn is situated within the village of Down Thomas approximately 4 miles South East of Plymouth city centre and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is situated in the Parish of Wembury and just inland from the coastal residential area of Heybrook Bay. The village has a post Office, general store, village hall and the subject site as its only public house.
Plymouth is a coastal port located on the south Devon coast at the mouth of the River Tamar and the River Plym. The city is recognised as the second largest commercial centre in the south west of England, after Bristol. The city is approximately 244 miles south west of London, 120 miles south west of Bristol and 45 miles south west of Exeter. Plymouth benefits from good road communications with principal access via the A38 Devon Expressway which links with the M5 Motorway at Exeter providing access to the national motorway network.

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Michael Easton
Audrey Moore-Haine

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