The Plough is a traditional thatched pub in the beautiful hamlet of Rede, a short drive from Bury St Edmunds and close to the A14. This is a very attractive pub with an extensive external drinking area to both the front and back of the property. The demographics locally are very strong, this is a leafy community village that alongside the surrounding villages of Bury St Edmunds are predominately similar and relatively affluent areas.
The Plough is a 2 storey part thatched property. Timber framed and rendered. Dating back to mid 16th Century. On arrival, there is a small garden (laid to grass) with seating under a weeping Willow Tree leading to the main entrance. Once through the doors, you will be greeted by a large carpeted restaurant area with exposed timber frames, service bar alongside the main bar with wooden floor and wooden top servery, large inglenook fireplace and a cosy Snug Bar area with Quarry tiled floor and wood-burner in old fireplace. The ground-level trade kitchen area is situated behind the bar, providing central service throughout. The pub externally and internally is very attractive and traditionally decorated. Ground Floor Cellar. Ladies and Gents facilities.
Towards the back of the building, there is an attractive courtyard garden that can be used for dining during warmer weather, which leads to extensive grassed areas. The site provides a large car park with ample parking spaces. There is also a large wooden barn unit to the side of the car park, currently used for storage.
Site Area – 0.5 acres
Total Floor Area – 2,323 sq ft
The 1st floor private accommodation can only be accessed from inside the pub and consists of three bedrooms, (two doubles and one large single), room for office, a lounge and a private bathroom.
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