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Village pub on edge of the Cotswolds sold

A village pub which closed a year ago and went on the market for £365,000 has been sold.

Those hoping the doors of the former hostelry will soon reopen so they can once again enjoy a pint at The Yew Tree at Stinchcombe will be disappointed.

Although a sale has been finalised, by Hunters estate agents in Dursley, which handled the deal for Ei Publican Partnerships, it is understood the building will now become a private home.

"The Yew was put on the market to let and for sale (with an uplift clause for any future residential conversion) by the current owners straight after purchase.

"Unfortunately there has been no interest in leasing the property (that is even no viewings) and no interest in purchasing the site to retain as a pub," said an application on Stroud District Council's website.

The local authority gave the go-ahead for plans to alter the use of the building, set in 0.41 acres, in January this year.


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