Situated in the heart of sought-after Emsworth, a short distance from the harbour, this freehold building was built in 1683 as the Saffron Brewery Public House and traded in that guise until 1904. In more recent years the building was the base of the well-known independent local Estate Agent Hazle & Co.
The building is now offered vacant and with consent for conversion to provide a splendid residential dwelling. Alternatively, prospective purchasers may prefer to continue with commercial use, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Three former offices providing scope for future use as reception rooms, kitchen and cloakroom with W.C.
Landing, three further offices providing scope for bedroom use, smaller box room/study, bathroom with W.C.
Courtyard garden located immediately to the rear of the main building. Brick built former outhouse with potential and providing access to a larger area of rear garden, in need of cultivation.
Planning Consent was granted by Havant Borough Council under reference: APP/22/01148 dated 28th November 2022 for change of use from Class E (estate agency office) to C3 (dwelling) and minor alterations, including replacement windows, addition of kitchen, bathroom and en-suite shower room, subject to conditions. In addition, Grant of Listed Building Consent has been granted under reference: APP/22/01149 dated 28th November 2022 for Listed building application for change of use from Class E (estate agency office) to C3 (dwelling) and minor alterations, including replacement windows, addition of kitchen, bathroom and en-suite shower room, subject to conditions.
Copies of the Planning Consents and accompanying documents may be downloaded from the Local Planning Authority: havant.gov.uk Tel: 023 9244 6019