The freehold of an historic Lewes pub has been put on the market.
In a statement released today (Thursday, March 9), property dealers Fleurets said they have been instructed to market freehold interest in the Crown Inn.
The Grade II listed pub, which sits opposite the War Memorial at the top of School Hill, is thought to be one the oldest coaching houses in the county with parts of the building dating back as far as 1610.
Nick Earee of Fleurets said: “I am delighted to be instructed to deal with this imposing and substantial property which provides extensive accommodation to include 12 letting bedrooms.”
An open house viewing for the pub will be held between 10.00 am and noon next Monday (March 13).
For further information please see Fleurets website www.fleurets.com