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:
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.
“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.