This old east London pub is up for sale – only it’s now a lovely five-bedroom home.
This building used to be home to The Corporation Arms, but now it could be yours. With everything from saloon windows and wooden parquet flooring, many of the original features have been left untouched. And, yes, although the beer taps have gone, the beer garden is still well intact and ready to host those all-important summer bevs.
Over two floors, there are five large bedrooms, all with huge sash windows. There’s also a former beer cellar turned basement man cave, and a humungous loft that – subject to planning permission – would make for a fantastic conversion project.
Here’s a sneaky peek at what’s inside:
The house, as well as having some gorgeous interiors and a cracking garden perfect for boozing, is also in a pretty decent location. Being close to West Ham and Plaistow tube stations, it’s both quick and easy to reach the city.
So, start counting your pennies, because this handsome property is on the market at a mighty £1m. I don’t know about you, but I’m wondering what organs I can sell in order to buy it.