Four points to a successful sale

28 June 2005
Four points to a successful sale

A 17th century Berkshire village pub has sold for about £125,000. The Four Points Inn, located in the village of Aldworth, is a Grade ll listed stone building with many original features, including open fireplaces and timber bar servery. The bar area has capacity for 18 covers, with a separate dining area catering for up to 35 covers. Owner's accommodation comprises as lounge/dining room, with two bedrooms and a small office. New owner, Ian Cowie has previously worked for Whitbread as a Beefeater manager. Agent was Christie and Co on behalf of Brian Ackroyd and Sylvia Phillips.

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