A former pub and restaurant at Gretton near Winchcombe is to be re-developed for housing, along with a period barn and adjacent land.
The Bugatti pub site is in the middle of the village and will be converted and extended to create a large four-bedroom home, with conversion and extension of a period barn to create a three-bedroom home and a new detached three-bedroom home to the south of the site.
Tewkesbury Borough Council granted full planning permission on January 27 2017 (planning ref: 16/00944/FUL).
The site is now for sale by way of an informal tender, with bids to be received by noon on Friday March 31 2017.
Harry Breakwell from Bruton Knowles’ Gloucester office said: “The attractive scheme has been sympathetically designed noting the central location within the Cotswold village of Gretton.
“With another pub business close by, Enterprise Inns stated it had become increasingly difficult to sustain the Bugatti in its former role.”
The new homes will provide a total of 5,176 sq ft of living space.
“While there will be some sadness to see a pub close down, the new buildings will make an attractive addition and help maintain Gretton as a thriving village.”
Viewings are available by prior appointment on the following dates: Wednesday March 8, 9am-12pm; and Wednesday March 22, 9am-12pm.