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CHESTERFIELD, DERBYSHIRE Price: £49,950 Rent: £38,361 per annum Tenure: Leasehold, part tied – Enterprise Inns Turnover: £400,000 Trade split: Wet 30%, dry 70% Agents: GA-Select – 01530 414 140

The Bulls Head, located in the village of Holymoorside, is a stone property constructed in 1749. The venue has a tap room for 20, a snug seating 20, bar area for 10 and a separate restaurant with 35

covers. Owners have accommodation with two large bedrooms and a private entrance. Outside the building is a covered patio seating 60 people, with access from the bar or restaurant, and a grassed area


Price: £800,000 Tenure: Freehold Agents: Paramount – 02076 442 333

This freehold pub is in a perfect location for public transport, close to Selhurst Station and local shops. The property also benefits from easy access to West and East Croydon railway stations. The site consists of an attractive public house with substantial outside drinking area to the

side, as well as an ample car parking at the rear of the property. On the ground floor is a large bar, a pool room/function room in an extension at the rear,

ladies and gents WCs, and store rooms. The first and second floors can be accessed from the bar area or the rear of the building and contain a trade/domestic kitchen and manager’s accommoda- tion, and in the basement is a cellar and store. The seller has applied for planning permission to convert the car park into letting rooms and

will also consider splitting the title to sell either the pub or car park individually. The property represents excellent value for continued licensed use, with plenty of potential

for redevelopment. The existing use class of the property is A4 ‘Drinking Establishments’. Planning consent is

not required to change the current use to A1 (shops), A2 (financial and professional services) or A3 (restaurants and cafés).


LOWER LYDBROOK, GLOUCESTERSHIRE Price: £495,000 Tenure: Freehold Turnover: £240,000 Trade split: N/A Agents: Sidney Phillips – 01981 250 333

Lower Lydbrook is situated in the pic- turesque Wye Valley and stands on the banks of the River Wye. It is within five miles of the A40, which links north with the M50 Ross on Wye and south with the M4 Newport. The Courtfield holds a prominent

location on the edge of the village, overlooking the River Wye, and is a substantial property of good proportion. It provides extensive trading and private accommodation, along with excellent parking and grounds, all of which are enhanced by spectacular river views. The business trades as a country pub and restaurant to the local community, with a large influx of tourists and day trippers during the

holiday periods. The ground floor layout of the pub contains a public bar (40), a lounge bar/restaurant (40) and a catering kitchen that serves these areas.

On the first floor is a function room capable of seating 90, a kitchen, a bedroom and lounge, and the second floor contains two bedrooms and a bathroom.


SHARDLOW, DERBYS Price: £29,995 Rent: £45,000 per annum Tenure: Tied lease – five years remaining Landlord: Punch Taverns Turnover: £410,000 Trade split: Wet 65%, dry 35% Agents: Guy Simmonds – 01332 865 112

This thriving and popular village pub occupies an excellent prominent position on the main road. The trading area is split over two levels. It is open-plan with a small porch area

to the rear. There is also a low level restaurant/dining area (circa 20). A waiting lounge leads to a raised eating and drinking area (circa 34). This room

has fixed perimeter seating, bench pews, loose tables and chairs and a log burner. The bar area (circa 20) has an open fire and two flat screen TVs. A separate

games area has a pool table, darts throw and big screen TV. The owner’s accommodation is on the first floor. To the rear of the building is a large patio area with 18 wooden picnic benches.


overlooking the village playing fields. The fields have a range of children’s play apparatus, provided by the parish council. The business is held on a 20-year lease from Enterprise Inns, partially tied and with beer discounts of £40 per barrel.

Rent equates to circa 10% of sales. Currently the business buys 200 barrels of draught product annually from Enterprise. The sale of this business and family home will include a full trade listing of fixtures and fittings. Due to the strength of the business and popularity of its locale, interest is expected to be strong.


Price: £39,950 Rent: £19,800 per annum Tenure: Free of tie lease Turnover: £154,213 Trade split: Wet 80%, dry 20% Agents: Simon Jackaman Associates – 01473 276 181

The Reedcutters in Cantley is the only riverside freehouse in the village. This is a substantial two-storey, detached, brick building and the property has been extended to the rear.

It looks out on the River Yare and benefits from river business, particularly during the summer. There are two en-suite letting rooms, although they are not currently utilised to their full potential, and a third room, which is fitted out but not yet in a usable condition, could generate further revenue. There is an extensive catchment area to attract local trade and during the summer months the 30 riverside moorings directly to the front of the property could be further exploited.


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