Admiral Taverns puts 51 pubs on the market

From The Publican

28-Jan-2009

Related topics: General News, Company & City News, Property News

A West Midlands pub selling for £50,000 pub is among 51 Admiral Taverns' houses released for sale today.

 

The Miners Arms in Golds Hill, near West Bromwich, and which available on a freehold basis, is among the cheapest pubs ever to appear on the books of pub property firm Paramount Investments.

 

The remaining 50 vary in price from £50,000 (leasehold) to £325,000 (The Woodbine Tavern, Birmingham).

 

The pubs are spread geographically over England and Wales. However, the majority are in Yorkshire, the West Midlands and the North West of England.

 

Paramount Investments managing director Mark Greig said: "More and more pubs are coming on to the market and this is creating some real bargains for purchasers."

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