The Parson Woodforde pub in Weston Longville is up for sale for more than half a million pounds
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A closed village pub in Weston Longville is on the market for more than half a million pounds.
The Parson Woodforde, on Church Street, shut on May 21 for an 'extended period', according to its website.
But now, the leisure property specialist Fleurets has announced the pub's freehold is up for sale for £700,000.
The company said the pub's current owners acquired the property in 2010 and carried out a full refurbishment.
It is not known why the premises closed, and the EDP and Evening News has attempted to contact the owners for information.
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The pub was named after James Woodforde who was the clergyman of the village's All Saints Church.
Simon Jackaman, from Fleurets, said: 'The large bar and restaurant area can sit up to 150 customers along with many more on the well presented landscaped gardens.
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'The property would ideally suit an experienced individual or group operator.'
To find out more visit: www.fleurets.com/search/all-properties/search-for-e-715788