Enterprise auction sees 12 snapped up

By Gurjit Degun

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Enterprise auction sees 12 snapped up
Enterprise Inns sold 11 freehold pubs before and one after an auction held by Sidney Phillips in Warwick last week, with the guide prices ranging from £130,000 to £400,000.

Out of three that actually went under the hammer, two went unsold — the Nags Head in Newbury, Berkshire, with a guide price of £325,000; and the Rose & Crown in Wootton, Bedfordshire,which had a guide of £250,000. The one that sold, the Crown Inn in Colwall, Herefordshire, went afterwards for an undisclosed sum. It had a £260,000 guide price.

The 11 pubs that sold before the event were:
■ The Albion in Aston, Birmingham, sold off a guide price of £195,000
■ The Britannia in Tyseley, Birmingham, sold off a guide price of £400,000
■ The Duke of York in Berrow, Worcestershire, sold off a guide price of £230,000
■ The George Inn in Maulden, Bedfordshire, sold off a £295,000 guide price
■ The Maesllwch Arms in Glasbury, Powys, sold off a guide price of £270,000
■ The Manor Arms in North Perrot, Somerset, sold off a guide price off £325,000
■ The Mile End, Swansea, sold off a £130,000 guide price
■ The Plough Inn in Pershore, Worcestershire, sold off a £250,000 guide price
■ The Red Lion in Northend, Warwickshire, sold off a guide price of £250,000
■ Spires Bar in Salisbury, Wiltshire, sold off a guide price of £225,000
■ The Three Pigeons in Banbury, Oxfordshire, sold off a guide price of £275,000.

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