Two pubs offering a wealth of opportunities have come onto the market with Bromwich Hardy.
The George V in Sheldon, Birmingham, is a substantial public house listed for £600,000.
It sits on a corner plot occupying just over half an acre, has two separate bar areas, a large trade kitchen and a separate washing up area.
The beer cellar is located centrally and the pub also features a manager’s office and back of house store rooms. To the first floor is the manager’s accommodation, with large living room, three bedrooms, kitchen and rear roof terrace.
There is parking for 38 cars, a large pub garden at the rear with a number of seating areas and a patio section at the back of the pub.
There is still time to book a viewing on March 2. For more details visit here.
Meanwhile the Good Neighbours pub in Leicester is also up for sale, sitting in a busy neighbourhood in the New Parks area of the city.
The pub has two separate bar areas, a kitchen with separate washing up area, basement beer cellar, manager’s office and back of house storage.
The manager’s accommodation includes five bedrooms, with a large living room, kitchen and two bathrooms.
To the first floor is the manager’s accommodation, featuring five bedrooms, a large living room, kitchen and two bathrooms. Externally the pub has 36 car parking spaces, a large beer garden and an area of decking for external seating.