A 17th-century Oxfordshire pub has been placed on the market.

The Three Pigeons Inn in Southam Road which leads into Banbury town centre is up for sale for £650,000.

The Grade II listed property stands on a busy crossroads with Warwick Road and Castle Street on the edge of the main town centre.

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It was taken over by its current owners in 2011 who completed a 12-month refurbishment programme.

This included incorporating a former barn and creating a bar, service facilities, letting accommodation and garden.

The main bar has a boarded floor throughout, a heavily beamed ceiling, an inglenook fireplace and exposed Cotswold stone walls.

There is traditional seating including benches and chairs arranged for 34 customers.

There is also room for 20 customers in the pub’s dining facilities and a further 20 in the conservatory.

Oxford Mail: Inside The Three Pigeons Inn Inside The Three Pigeons Inn (Image: Rightmove)
The garden room is used for private dining and small meetings which can cater for up to 22 people.

It is also utilised weekly by the darts team for matches as there is a dartboard and throw which folds down from a panelled cabinet.

The courtyard garden which is stone paved fits around 44 customers and has a covered, illuminated and heated smoking area.

The owner’s accommodation is located over the pub while there are also three letting en-suite bedrooms.