Bell, Windsor
20 June 2010

Windsor developer rings the changes at the Bell

The Bell pub has stood on Dedworth Road in Clewer – the oldest village in the Royal Borough of Windsor – since the mid-19th century. Once, it was the heart of the village, standing opposite the police station and close to beautiful St Andrew’s church.

Now, it has been sold to a developer by licensed leisure specialists AG&G for substantially more than its asking price and its desirable position and large site mean that it could become residential accommodation.

“The Windsor area is about as in-demand as it could be and the Bell could hardly be in a better position – convenient for the town and the M4 and in a lovely village – so housing is one obvious future for the 8,460 square foot site, ” says David Gooderham of AG&G.

“Equally, it’s an attractive building in a prominent position, with a beer garden, outbuildings, parking for 15 cars and three-bedroom accommodation, so it could remain as a pub.

“Either way, it’s a good investment.”

AG&G are chartered surveyors specialising in the licensed leisure industry, with the skill and experience needed to value, assess or promote a property not simply as bricks and mortar but as a business. If it involves the price of a licensed premises, its profitability, rental value, investment prospects or value in a dispute, AG&G can help.

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