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Dukes Arms Auction - 1890

BURTON LATIMER, Northamptonshire
(by order of Mrs WILLIAM BROWN,
the proprietor at the Duke's Arms Inn, Burton Latimer)
On MONDAY, SEPT 22ND 1890, at 6.30 for Seven
o'clock in the Evening, subject to such conditions as will
be then produced, and in one Lot
All that Fully-Licensed Freehold PUBLIC-HOUSE, known as the Duke's Arms Inn, at Burton Latimer, now in the occupation of Mrs Newman, whose tenancy expires on September 29th 1890, and by whom a successful commercial trade has been carried on for some years; also Two Stone-built and Thatched COTTAGES, with shop, adjoining the above, and now in the occupation of the Co-operative Society, at an annual rental of £19.
The Inn, which is stone-built, slated and tiled,stands in one of the best positions in the village, and contains parlour, bar, smoke room, tap room, pantry, capital club-room 54 ft. by 13 ft.; six bedrooms and good cellarage.
There is a large yard in the rear, with coach-house, two stables, piggeries and other outbuildings therein; also a quoit ground.
The property has a frontage of 84 feet to the main street.
To view, apply to Mrs Newman; and for further particulars to the proprieter, Mrs William Brown, Burton Latimer; to the Auctioneers, Kettering; or to Messrs G and H LAMB and STRINGER, Solicitors, KETTERING

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