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  1. 8A Market Place, Shifnal

    Leisure for sale

    • £300,000

    An opportunity to purchase a freehold commercial premises within a sought after town centre location * Profitable cafe business * Freehold commercial premises and two bedroom flat * Potential for further development

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  2. 10 Foundry St, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 5HE

    Leisure for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 11,215 sq ft
    • Cafe
    • Internet
    • Kitchen
    • Lift
    • Storage

    The property was formerly a single licensed premises which has been divided into two separate areas. The building fronts onto Foundry Street and extends back to Lower Foundry Street.

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  3. Oakvale

    Leisure for sale

    • £300,000

    Residential/Commercial development opportunity * Site Area 0.43 Acres (0.17 Hectares) * Existing buildings 204 m sq (2,195 sq ft) * Existing planning consents – A3/A4/A5 and Sui Generis

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  4. Stafford, Staffordshire, ST16 2HZ

    Leisure for sale

    • £5,000,000
    • 17,000 sq ft
    • Meeting room
    • Modern
    • Restaurant

    The Post House is, as the name suggests, a large detached former Post Office building with extensions attached to provide a two storey development consisting of three buildings that have been carefully linked to provide a well thought out property with a number of trading areas with excellent "back of house" facilities. The three buildings are brick built with modern glazed, aluminium and brushed stainless steel access areas to fill spaces between the buildings. Externally the property benefits from two trade patios to the front & side, roofed patio area and an enclosed rear yard that can be accessed via patio doors. Trading areas include 5 bar serveries on the ground & first floors, functions room andfirst floor restaurant with meeting rooms and private dining areas. We refer you to the floor plans that show the extent of the trading areas.

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  5. Broad Street, Birmingham, B15 1DA

    Leisure for sale

    • £44,700,000
    • 214,585 sq ft
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Gym
    • Modern
    • Restaurant

    Five Ways is Birmingham’s premier City Centre leisure asset prominently located on Broad Street, the City’s principal leisure location.

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  6. Former Hotel Site, Liverpool Road, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 9DX

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,000,000
    • 0.85 hectares

    FOR SALE FORMER HOTEL SITE, SUIT REDEVELOPMENT, or SUIT DRIVE THROUGH, STUDENT ACCOMMODATION, RETAIL PARK, SUBJECT TO PLANNING. Newcastle is a market town with a population of 50,000, forming part of the Potteries conurbation. Both Keele University and the University Hospital of North Staffordshire are within 5 miles of the site.

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  7. Oasis Lodges, Aylton, Ledbury, HR8 2QG

    Leisure for sale

    • £745,000
    • 6.9 acres
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan
    • Security

    Business for sale a delightfully situated and well established lodge park within a woodland and meadow setting amidst glorious herefordshire countryside contact ledbury office

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  8. The Good Life Restaurant, Wyle Cop

    Leisure for sale

    • £65,000
    • 665 sq ft

    BUSINESS FOR SALE * A rare opportunity to acquire a long established and well renowned wholefood café/restaurant * Excellent net profit * For sale as a fully operational going concern * Sales Area: 61.81 sq m (665 sq ft) plus storage

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  9. Horse & Jockey, Alcester Road, Wythall, West Midlands, B47 6DB

    Leisure for sale

    • 1.6 acres
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Storage
    • Telephone system

    The property is located adjacent to the A435 Alcester Road with access to both north and southbound carriageways and some 650 meters to the north of Junction 3 of the M42 in a predominantly rural location 6 miles to the south of Solihull and 4 miles to the north east of Redditch in an area considered to be fairly affluent.

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  10. Victoria Road, Newcastle, Staffordshire ST5 1BG

    Leisure for sale

    • £58,000
    • 767 sq ft
    • A5 Hot food takeaways
    • Internet
    • Kitchen
    • Modern
    • Restaurant

    Roadside premises benefitting from A5 Hot Food Takeaway consent. The ground floor consists of front sales area, rear kitchen with extraction system, preparation area and access to a cellar. The first floor accommodation consists of two rooms and bathroom. To the rear are two outbuildings.

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  11. Craeft

    Leisure for sale

    • £99,999
    • Childcare
    • Modern
    • Refurbished
    • Restaurant

    Offers invited*** Long established and well-known restaurant and bar

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  12. Gardeners Rest Public House, Brindley Ford, Stoke-on-trent

    Leisure for sale

    • £250,000
    • 0.04 hectares
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house with managers accommodation, beer garden and car park, The property is located in the village of Brindley Ford, Staffordshire, 10.8 kilometres (6.7 miles) north of Stokeon- Trent, 20.3 kilometres (12.6 miles) east of Crewe and 22.2 kilometres (13.8 miles) south west of Macclesfield., The Gardeners Rest is situated on a residential road in the centre of the village of Brindley Ford. The A 34 to the west provides access to Stoke-on-Trent to the south and Manchester to the north. Local facilities include Brindley Ford Methodist Church., Stoke-on-Trent train station is 10.1 kilometres (6.3 miles) to the south and provides access to Manchester Piccadilly with a journey time of approximately 40 minutes., Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs, bar stools and sofas for 21 customers. To the left of the main entrance are ladies and gentlemen’s toilets with the trade kitchen to the rear right of the ground floor. The beer cellar is located to the left of the trading area., The first floor is accessed from the rear of the trading area and comprises two double rooms, living room, kitchen, office and bathroom., The site extends to approximately 0.04 hectares (0.09 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Beer garden to rear, Large car park, Three bedroom managers accommodation, The property comprises a predominantly two storey detached building with single storey extensions to the rear elevation. The Gardeners Rest has painted rendered elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof. Externally there is a beer garden to the rear elevation with seating on wooden benches for 24 customers. The car park to the side elevation provides parking for 5 vehicles.

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  13. Crown & Cushion Public House, Biddulph, Stoke-on-trent

    Leisure for sale

    • £225,000
    • 0.05 hectares
    • Exposed bricks
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house located on Biddulph high street., The property is located in the town of Biddulph, Staffordshire, 13.8 kilometres (8.6 miles) north of Stokeon- Trent, 19.2 kilometres (11.9 miles) south of Macclesfield and 21.9 kilometres (13.6 miles) north east of Crewe., The Crown & Cushion is situated towards the south of Biddulph High Street with the A 34 to the north west providing access to junction 18 of the M6 and Macclesfield to the north. The property is situated in a commercial location with local facilities including Roti Restaurant, the Bradley Green pub (JDW), B&M bargains, TSB bank and a number of retailers., Congleton train station is 6.3 kilometres (3.9 miles) to the north west and provides services to Stoke-on-Trent in approximately 15 minutes., Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs and bar stools for 22 customers. There is a second trading area to the rear with pool table and seating for 15 customers as well as a separate bar servery. To the left of the trading area are ladies and gentlemen’s toilets. The beer cellar is located at basement level., The first floor is accessed from behind the bar servery and comprises three double rooms, living room, kitchen, office, toilet and bathroom., The site extends to approximately 0.05 hectares (0.12 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Beer garden to rear, Three bedroom managers accommodation, Ground floor trading area, The property comprises a two storey, above basement, detached building with single and two storey extensions to the rear and side elevations. The Crown & Cushion has brick elevations beneath a pitched slate roof. There is also an outbuilding to the side elevation which is of the same construction. Externally there is a beer garden to the rear elevation with seating on wooden benches for 38 customers. There is also a trade patio to the front elevation with seating for 16 customers across loose tables and chairs.

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  14. Top Bell Public House, Stourbridge

    Leisure for sale

    • £325,000
    • 0.28 acres
    • Car park
    • Exposed bricks
    • Kitchen
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house with managers accommodation and car park to the front, The property is located on the outskirts of Stourbridge, West Midlands, 13.2 kilometres (8.2 miles) north east of Kidderminster, 17.1 kilometres (10.6 miles) south of Wolverhampton and 17.9 kilometres (11.1 miles) south west of the centre of Birmingham., The Top Bell is situated west of Stourbridge town centre on Belmont Road which provides access to Stourbridge town centre via the A 458. The property is situated in a residential area with local facilities including Wollescote Primary School, the Shovel I nn pub and the Fox I nn (Marston’s)., Stourbridge junction train station is 1.9 kilometres (1.2 miles) to the south west which provides services to Birmingham Moor Street with a journey time of approximately 30 minutes., Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level with a central bar servery connecting the front bar and rear function room. There is seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs and bar stools for 22 customers in the front bar and up to 70 customers in the function room. To the right side of the main entrance are ladies and gentlemen’s toilets with the trade kitchen to the left side of the ground floor. The beer cellar is located at basement level., The first floor is accessed from the rear circulation area and comprises three double rooms, living room, bathroom and kitchen., The site extends to approximately 0.11 hectares (0.28 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Site extends to 0.11 hectares (0.28 acres), Densely populated residential area, Two-bar operation with function space, Three bedroom managers accommodation, The property comprises a predominantly two storey, above basement, detached building with single storey extensions to the rear and side elevations. The Top Bell has exposed brick elevations beneath a part pitched and flat roof. Externally there is seating to the front elevation for 20 customers and a covered smoking solution. The car park to the front and side elevations provides parking for 20 vehicles.

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  15. Hanbury Turn Public House, Hanbury Road, Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove

    Leisure for sale

    • £350,000
    • 0.18 acres
    • Car park
    • Kitchen

    Freehold public house with first floor function room occupying a prominent roadside position, The property is located in the village of Stoke Heath, Shropshire, 2.9 kilometres (1.8 miles) south east of Bromsgrove, 11.3 kilometres (7.0 miles) west of Redditch and 17.5 kilometres (10.9 miles) north east of Worcester., The Hanbury Turn is situated in the south of the village of Stoke Heath at the intersection between the A 38 and B4091. The A 38 provides access to junction 5 of the M5 to the south west and the B4091 provides access to Bromsgrove to the north east. The local facilities include the Ewe and Lamb pub (Ei Group), Bromsgrove Prep School and Barton Firtop Engineering., Bromsgrove station is 3.0 kilometres (1.9 miles) to the north east and provides services to Birmingham New Street in a journey time of approximately 30 minutes., Internally the main trading area is situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs, bar stools and sofas for 46 customers. To the rear of the ground floor are customer toilets, trade kitchen and beer cellar. A t first floor level is a function room with separate bar., The first floor is accessed from the rear circulation area and function room and comprises three rooms, office, kitchen and bathroom., The site extends to approximately 0.07 hectares (0.18 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Site extends to 0.07 hectares (0.18 acres), Prominent roadside location, First floor function room, Car park to side, Three bedroom managers accommodation, The property comprises a predominantly two storey end of terrace building with a single storey extension to the side elevation. The Hanbury Turn has painted rendered elevations beneath a pitched slate roof. Externally there is a small enclosed beer garden and smoking solution. The car park to the rear elevation provides parking for 14 vehicles.

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  16. Swan Inn Public House, Biddulph, Stoke-on-trent

    Leisure for sale

    • £275,000
    • 0.09 acres
    • Exposed bricks
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house with managers accommodation and beer garden to the rear, The property is located in the town of Biddulph, Staffordshire, 13.9 kilometres (8.7 miles) north of Stoke on- Trent, 18.9 kilometres (11.8 miles) south of Macclesfield and 21.9 kilometres (13.7 miles) east of Crewe., The Swan I nn is situated in Biddulph town centre a short distance from the A 527 which provides access to Newcastle to the south. The property fronts the High Street with local facilities including the Royal Oak pub, Sainsbury’s, Biddulph Methodist Church, Biddulph Town Hall and a number of retailers., Kidsgrove train station lies 6.8 kilometres (4.2 miles) to the south west and provides services to Manchester Piccadilly in a journey time of approximately 50 minutes., Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level with a bar servery to the right hand side. To the rear of the ground floor are the ladies and gentlemen’s toilets., The first floor provides the managers accommodation., The site extends to approximately 0.04 hectares (0.09 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Managers accommodation at first floor, Prominent high street location, Beer garden to rear, The property comprises a two storey terrace building with single storey extensions to the rear elevation. The Swan I nn has brick elevations at ground floor and mock tudor elevations at first floor under a pitched slate roof. Externally there is a beer garden to the rear elevation.

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  17. Lion Public House, 6 Whitchurch Road, Wellington, Telford

    Leisure for sale

    • £350,000
    • 0.35 acres
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Train transport

    Freehold public house with managers accommodation and beer garden to the front and rear, The property is located in the town of Wellington, Somerset, 7.1 kilometres (4.4 miles) north west of Telford, 18.7 kilometres (11.6 miles) east of Shrewsbury and 32.8 kilometres (20.4 miles) south west of Stafford., The Lion is situated north of Wellington town centre on Whitechurch Road with junction 6 of the M54 a short distance to the south. The property is situated in a mixed commercial and residential area with local facilities including the Park pub and local retailers., Wellington train station is 0.6 kilometres (0.4 miles) to the south and provides services to Birmingham New Street in a journey time of approximately 45 minutes., Internally the trading area is split in three distinct sections situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs and bar stools. To the right of the main entrance are ladies and gentlemen’s toilets with the trade kitchen to the rear of the ground floor. The beer cellar is located to the rear of trading area., The first floor provides manager’s accommodation., The site extends to approximately 0.14 hectares (0.35 acres)., Site extends to 0.14 hectares (0.35 acres), Beer garden to front and rear elevations, Large car park, Prominent roadside location, Densely populated residential area, The property comprises a predominantly two storey detached building with single storey extensions to the rear and side elevations. The Lion has mainly painted elevations beneath a pitched slate roof. Externally the main beer garden is to the front elevation with seating on wooden benches for 36 customers. The car park to the front and side elevations provides parking for 25 vehicles.

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  18. Pub/ Restaurant Development Land

    Leisure for sale

    • £350,000
    • 0.44 acres
    • Car park
    • Restaurant

    This development opportunity offers a 0.44 acre site of land within the developed commercial local centre at Meon Vale development, close to Stratford-upon-Avon. Meon Vale was historically an army camp purchased by St Modwen Developments, with approximately 900,000 sq.ft of industrial space and associated hard standing areas. The site has benefited from the development of just over 500 houses to date, with over 1,000 currently consented, with more expected as well as the 7,000 homes consented at Long Marston airfield next door. To the benefit of the housing and as part of the S106, St Modwen developed a convenience store operated by Londis, a £5 million leisure centre, village hall, sport pitches including astro turf and an extended children's play area. As part of the continued investment in Meon Vale, St Modwen have a site to the side of the leisure centre with acquired consent for a 3,500 sq.ft pub/ restaurant with associated outside areas and using the parking in place for the leisure centre and other community aspects. Planning consent 17/03795/REM.

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  19. The Roebuck, 54 Stafford Road, Cannock WS11 4AG

    Leisure for sale

    • £295,000
    • 0.26 acres
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Open plan

    Substantial public house on edge of Cannock Town Centre.
    • A road frontage with good immediate residential catchment area.
    • Excellently located public house for further promotion.
    • Open plan trading area, 3 bedroom flat, large car park & beer patio.
    • Would suit conversion/development to commercial and residential uses.
    • Site extends to approximately 0.26 acres. Property now closed for trade.

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  20. 9 Port Street, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 3LA

    Leisure for sale

    • £500,000
    • 3 to 11.05 sq m
    • Cafe
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant

    LOCATION 9 Port Street fronts onto the lower end of Port Street and is within walking distance of Eveshams main shopping centre. Port Street is one of the main thoroughfares into the town centre, benefitting from a high volume of pedestrian footfall. Port Street is a thriving tertiary shopping centre for Evesham with a number of well established and newly opened independent traders.

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  21. Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 5LA

    Leisure for sale

    • £50,000
    • Disabled access
    • Kitchen

    A two-storey art deco corner property with distinctive rounded frontage and tiled façade above. The Trinity Street access is up four steps from street level with a disabled access from Foundry Street.

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  22. High St, Highley, Bridgnorth WV16 6JU

    Leisure for sale

    • £225,000
    • 0.13 hectares
    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant

    A substantial licensed premises located in the heart of the idyllic village of Highley in Shropshire.***OPEN VIEWING ARRANGED ON TUESDAY 2ND JULY 2019 BETWEEN 10 AM AND 11 AM - FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AMY POTTER ON 0121 227 2311***

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