Pub hunt: pubs in London

By Ben Winstanley contact

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Pub hunt: pubs in London

Related tags: Dry split, Basement, Storey, Floor

Pub hunt this week seeks out pubs across London. 

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The Farmhouse, Eltham, London SE9

Guy Simmonds Farmhouse

Price: £89,950

Tenure: Leasehold

Turnover: £260,000 (incl. VAT)

Wet:dry split: 100:0

Rent: £50,000

Landlord: Punch Taverns

Agent: Guy Simmonds

This popular community inn is well positioned in the prime location of Eltham. The previous client has established a strong trading foundation but there is massive potential for new operators to exploit the immense food potential. The substantial property features a lounge bar and public bar (circa 55 covers) and a versatile conservatory games room (25 covers). There is also a compact kitchenette area and glass-wash area, along with an impressive 3-bed family accommodation that features a lounge, fitted kitchen (with dumb waiter) and bathroom. Outside is an enclosed beer garden and parking facilities for six cars.

The Globe, Bow Street, London WC2E

Sidney Phillips Globe

Price: £2,950,000

Tenure: Leasehold

Turnover: £1,500,000

Wet:dry split: Not supplied

Rent: £177,000 (free-of-tie)

Landlord: Private

Agent: Sidney Phillips​ 

The Globe occupies a prominent position on Bow Street, a major thoroughfare in Covent Garden, adjacent to the Royal Opera House with numerous theatres nearby. The property offers extensive accommodation over four floors with a main bar (37 covers) on the ground floor, further bar (41 covers) and an external decked area on the first, along with a restaurant (29 covers) and fully-fitted stainless steel kitchen on the second floor. Private owner’s accommodation compromises of an en-suite bedroom, living room, kitchen and roof terrace across the third and fourth floor.

Lord Stanley, Kentish Town, London NW1

Everard Cole Lord Stanley

Price: £2,500,000 ex VAT

Tenure: Freehold

Turnover: N/a

Wet:dry split: N/a

Agent: Everard Cole​ 

The Lord Stanley is a 3-storey property trading across ground and first floors with a large domestic flat on the second providing rental income of £80,000 pax. There is also a large basement cellar separated into several sections (including cold store, dry store and office) and a trade garden outside to the rear. The property is being sold as an investment, subject to the existing ‘tied’ agreement, and is held on a 20-year FRI lease from December 2005.

The Bountiful Cow, Holborn, London WC1R

Fleurets Bountiful Cow

Price: £275,000

Tenure: Leasehold

Turnover: £624,172 ex VAT (year ending 31st​ December 2013)

Wet:dry split: Not supplied

Rent: £41,500

Landlord: Private

Agent: Fleurets​ 

The Bountiful Cow is centrally located in 'Midtown', London's fastest growing bar and restaurant circuit, close to the Red Lion Square and London’s legal district. A few minutes walk from Holborn tube station, the property occupies the ground floor of a six-storey building and comprises a 70-cover restaurant and bar. Currently the pub is well-known for its excellent steaks and over-sized burgers, something that the new client may wish to build upon.

642 Wandsworth Road, Clapham, London SW8

Davis Coffer Lyons Wandsworth Road

Price: Offers invited

Tenure: FRI lease

Turnover: Not supplied

Rent: Rental offers invited

Landlord: Private

Agent: Davis Coffer Lyons

A full internal fit out is required for this Clapham property along a commercial/retail pitch with Clapham Common and Battersea Arts Centre also in the vicinity. The ground floor and basement only are available on a new FRI lease on standard commercial terms and benefits from A4 planning, with A3, A2 or A1 also acceptable uses. The premises has a 2.30am license and is within walking distance of railway and underground transport links.


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