A home with its own pub for sale in Buckinghamshire

Last orders? Not here! It looks like an ordinary bungalow from the front but hides a pub in the back – could this £850k Buckinghamshire home be just the tonic for lockdown

  • This bungalow looks ordinary from the front, but hides an appealing feature in the garden
  • The property is in Buckinghamshire and comes with four bedrooms and a garage
  • Estate agent Yopa is selling the recently renovated property with a guide price of £850,000

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Fancy a tipple but don’t want to face last orders being called at 10pm? This bungalow may provide such the tonic, for while it looks like an ordinary home from the front, it hides an appealing feature in the garden.

Tucked away behind the unassuming facade of the bungalow, there is a landscaped area at the rear of the property complete with its own pub and an elaborate pub garden.

The unusual property with its own secret pub is for sale via estate agent Yopa and has a guide price of £850,000. 

This four-bedroom bungalow for sale looks ordinary from the front but hides an attractive feature at the rear

There is a hidden landscaped area at the rear of the bungalow with its own pub and an elaborate pub garden

There is a hidden landscaped area at the rear of the bungalow with its own pub and an elaborate pub garden

Estate agent Ed Campbell said: ‘This detached home is perfect for those who love to host friends and family, with four good-sized bedrooms and a bright and modern statement kitchen.’

‘Of course, the real entertainment factor is the pub and pub garden situated in the spacious south-facing rear garden.’

He adds: ‘The space is equipped with an authentic bar complete with typical pub furniture, a darts board and a ‘last orders’ bell, but you won’t have to worry about kicking your locals out at 10pm here.

‘A separate outbuilding has toilet facilities, meaning you don’t even have to pop indoors to nip to the loo. And if your guests don’t fancy a night at the pub, the rear of the house opens out onto a beautiful decked outdoor seating area. 

‘The garden itself is secure, mature, private and well-lit, ideal for when summer rolls back round.’

The unusual property is for sale via estate agents Yopa and has a guide price of £850,000

The unusual property is for sale via estate agents Yopa and has a guide price of £850,000

Initially, there are no clues to the unusual feature in the garden apart from a garden path that leads to it

Initially, there are no clues to the unusual feature in the garden apart from a garden path that leads to it

The garden path leads to an outbuilding that houses a bar and entertainment space

The garden path leads to an outbuilding that houses a bar and entertainment space

Keeping socially distanced: Outside of the garden pub is a decked area with several seating areas

Keeping socially distanced: Outside of the garden pub is a decked area with several seating areas

One hundred and eighty! Inside of the outbuilding is a bar and seating areas, along with a darts board and a 'final orders' bell

One hundred and eighty! Inside of the outbuilding is a bar and seating areas, along with a darts board and a ‘final orders’ bell

The four-bedroom detached bungalow has recently been renovated and comes with planning permission for a loft extension.

The bungalow has a living room, kitchen, four bedrooms, and a newly fitted main bathroom suite. It is in Lower Road, a peaceful setting in Higher Denham, Buckinghamshire.

It is commuter paradise with Denham golf club and railway station only a five-minute walk away offering a direct route into London Marylebone. The property also offers easy access to the A40 and Gerrards Cross town centre.

Buying agent Henry Pryor said: ‘If your glass is half full, if you expect the rule of six to be relaxed soon and prefer a lock-in rather than a lockdown then this could be the property for you.    

‘A spacious house that would suit many an aspiring pub landlord. The Home Owners Arms, the Lock Down Retreat… 

‘Somewhere you could ignore the 10pm chucking out rule and settle down with good friends and family and recall the days before coronavirus when popping off to Bernard Castle wasn’t an euphemism and track and trace could have been the names of an Essex couple on the sun visor of an old Cortina.’

Pictured: The rear of the bungalow from the outbuilding at the end of the garden

Pictured: The rear of the bungalow from the outbuilding at the end of the garden

Pictured: The inside of the main home has recently been renovated into a light and bright space

Pictured: The inside of the main home has recently been renovated into a light and bright space

The living area in the bungalow is a large space with a fireplace and a cosy feel

The living area in the bungalow is a large space with a fireplace and a cosy feel

The bungalow has four bedrooms, including this one with a purple carpet and duvet cover

The bungalow has four bedrooms, including this one with a purple carpet and duvet cover

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