The Royal Oak Consett goes up for sale with £400k price tag

The Royal Oak, which is located in Consett, has popped up online as the current owners look set to try and offload the popular venue in the new year. 

Boasting a huge beer garden area, dining area, and drinks space, the village pub has become a solid choice for people in North West Durham. 

Cementing its place as a strong summer choice, due to its beer garden, any new owners will need to hit the £399,000 asking price. 

Take a look at the pub below:

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Advertised with Sidney Philips Limited, the property appears on Rightmove and Zoopla, and could expect new owners in the New Year.

The wording alongside the listing reads: “Medomsley is a very attractive village in the north-west of County Durham, approximately four miles from Consett and bounded by Ebchester, Burnopfield, Annfield Plain and Stanley.

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“The Royal Oak overlooks Manor Road, the B6310, which is a very busy and popular route, running through Medomsley on the way to and from north-west Durham. Consett is nearby and is a much larger town with a population of around 25,000.”

The listing then highlights the benefits of the pub, including:

  • Superb village pub, noted for its food
  • Detached stone built pub
  • Four bedrooms over lounge bar & dining areas
  • Car park to the front, beer garden to the rear
  • Immaculate condition throughout

The listing can be found here.

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