A FORMER village pub with is on the market after being closed for many years.

The Grade two listed pub, formerly The Pineapple, set in 0.43 acres is being sold for £575,000.

Savills describe the roadside property, in Brimpton Common, as "a two storey detached character property of mainly brick construction beneath a thatch roof with single storey extensions under a pitched tiled roof to the side."

The business no longer trades but has a licence to sell alcohol between 10am to midnight, seven days a week. 

According to CAMRA WhatPub, The Pineapple was permanently closed in 2017 before becoming an Italian restaurant, which has also permanently closed. 

The ground floor has a four-section trading area which previously seated 70 covers. Features include a central bar, Inglenook fireplace and flag stone floors.

The building also has customer toilets, trade kitchen and preparation area.

There is an additional detached single storey brick and wood frame outbuilding. This has two bedrooms, reception room and a bathroom.

"The buildings are located in the centre of the plot with car parking to either side and garden to the rear corner. The plot extends to approximately 0.43 of an acre", Savills added.

All viewings must be arranged by appointment with selling agents, Savills.