QUIRKY MICRO PUB LOCATED WITHIN A VALE OF BELVOIR HISTORIC MARKET TOWN RENOWNED FOR ITS FOOD & DRINK MELTON MOWBRAY IS QUINTESSENTIALLY ENGLISH BUILT ON A HISTORY OF FARMING & COUNTRY PURSUITS
- Full clarity of trading information will be made upon official viewing but can disclose that this easy to run fun business offers an owner an excellent return on efforts
- A Unique bar specialising in Craft Ales & Ciders currently open just 27 Hours per week
- 2 Trading rooms holding circa 37 with central servery & chilled Real Ale thrawls on display
- Glass fronted property overlooking 800 Y/O St Marys Church close to Modern Riverside Council Offices on “Real Ale Alley”
- Owners will fully participate in smooth transfer of business & his knowledge
- Fully renewable & protected private lease Free of All Ties A FREEHOUSE
THIS IS A NEASH BUSINESS COMFORTABLE IN ITS OWN SKIN OFFERED AT A MOST REALISTIC ASKING PRICE OF £30,000 FREE OF TIE LEASEHOLD.TO INCLUDE GOODWILL EXTENSIVE FIXTURES AND FITTINGS PLUS S.A.V.
LOCATION (LE13 1AE) www.gastapmelton.co.uk
Known as “The rural capital of food” (after all this is the home town of the world famous Melton Pork Pie & Stilton Cheese) The Vale of Belvoir 1000 y/o Market town of Melton Mowbray is a mixture of History & Heritage with a Population of around 26,000 people and lies midway between the Great East Midlands Cities of Nottingham & Leicester within the Shire lands of England steeped in Royal History and rich farmlands. Markets are a regular feature of the town including a thriving livestock market, Farmers market, one of England’s oldest Street Markets, Antique & collectors fair, Victorian Christmas market & huge Sunday car boot which attracts over 3000 visitors. Many National Trust properties are found locally along with Belvoir Castle with its 16,000 acres of parklands all drawing a flow of tourists & and visitors. The business sits at 11a Burton Street just down from the Market Square.
This is a shop conversion with a large picture glass window overlooking St Mary’s Church amongst a row of Victorian retail properties. Converted by our client spring 2016 to a “Micro Pub” with a mishmash of wooden tables, chairs & pew/benching it has become the Favoured Watering Hole of guests looking for that something unusual and of rarity. The pub is popular for both male & female customers who enjoy “the crack” and chatter of similar minded people and has become as observed by CAMRA, “in perfect state in terms of conforming with a micro pub Association Ethics”. Entering from Burton Street into its “front room” which has a capacity for 25 people, there is a double banked row of Real Ales displaying “pins” which are chilled. The bar counter & back fitting displays all the sundry product such as crisp, nuts, pork scratchings and of course pickled eggs. A second room to the rear is being developed as a further “snug” (12). Toilets are to be found to the rear of the property. All together a property of particular charm & character.
The business is a “lock up” however residential property can be rented locally.
The business has not got any parking however plenty of on road & the Bourgh Council car parks are free at some times and very reasonable & friendly at other times.
The business is licensed to trade Mon 5pm – 9pm, Tues/Weds/Thurs 12noon till 9.30pm Fri 4pm-10pm Sat 12noon – 9.30pm Sun 5pm-9pm Actual opening times are CLOSED Mon/Tues, Weds 5pm-9pm, Thurs 5pm-9pm Fri, Sat 4pm-10pm Sun 12noon -9.30pmA Personal License will be required (our associate company can assist in this).
The business is held on an assignable private lease of 3 years from April 2016 Landlord & tenant act (54) protected commercial lease which means subject to its conditions will be renewed at no further premium and is Free of All Ties. Rent is an affordable £5000 p.a.
Mains Sewage, Electric, Water are connected with Central Heating by Electric local heater. Business rates are exempt.
The business has been owned by the present client since spring 2016 and has only put on the market due to chronic health issues (hence minimal opening hours). Full clarity will be disclosed by our client after an official viewing however we can confirm that the business is VAT exempt, also that the average cost of buying in the beers & cider is approx. £1 per pint and is sold for £3.20 - £3.50 pint. Also we can confirm that the running costs are in the region of £10,000 p.a. This is an opportunity for someone new to the trade to take their 1st step or an existing Pubco Tenant wishing to go free of tie & /or reduce their working hours along with people who have recently experienced redundancy. Our client will be more than happy to assist with the transfer of his business if so required.
“THIS IS A RARE & UNIQUE BUSINESS WAITING FOR A NEW OWNER TO CHANGE THE COURSE OF THEIR LIVES AND ENJOY THE FREEDOM ON OFFER”
To secure this business a deposit of £5,000 will give you exclusivity on this business giving you a lock-out agreement with no further viewings or marketing taking place.
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The Property was viewed by Graham Allman who will be delighted to discuss the opportunity with you 7 days a week on 07765 251 208.
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