A HISTORIC pub is due to be sold.

The Royal Oak in Cartmel is under offer having been put on the market.

According to a listing, the popular pub was constructed in the 1700s.

A listing by property agents Savills said: “The property comprises a mid-terraced two storey Grade II listed public house originally constructed in the early to mid-18th century.

“The elevations are rendered, set beneath a pitched slate covered roof, with a single storey rear extension to the former stables blocks.

“Externally there is a beer patio to the front and large beer garden with patio to the rear.

“To the side is Royal Oak Cottage which comprises a two storey end terraced house used as either manager’s accommodation or holiday letting.

“To the rear is Royal Oak Barn, an end terraced barn conversion used as owners accommodation.

“Both of these properties are accessed via a pedestrian walkway through an archway off The Square.

“Overall the site, including the adjoining cottage, extends to approximately 0.45 acres.”

The price of the pub and cottage has not been advertised by the property agent.