Regional focus on...Sheffield and South Yorkshire

By Stuart Stone

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Regional focus: which properties are on the market in Sheffield and South Yorkshire?
Regional focus: which properties are on the market in Sheffield and South Yorkshire?
Which properties are on the market in Sheffield and South Yorkshire?

What the experts say: ​Sheffield, like many other northern cities, has been under-catered for a long time. There are wonderful blends of communities– families, a lot of industry and office workers and two large universities – so there is a wide range of demographics.

“In some cities, the campuses or student population live quite far out of the centre, the major suburban areas are way outside or there are low amounts of city centre housing, but Sheffield benefits from having lots of people within an easy commute of the centre. There’s a big residential population that stays in the city centre all through the week, which is good.”

“It is not as large as Manchester or Liverpool so you can get around on foot, and there are different districts with a lot going on. It has a full calendar of activities, including the World Snooker Championships, and is well known for lots of theatre productions. There’s a good network of hotels and it is well positioned in the country so it gets lots of conferencing and other bits like that as well.

“Sheffield is a thriving city with a very can-do, will-do attitude.” - Chris Hill, New World Trading Company

On the market elsewhere

The Greyhound, Hever, Kent
The Greyhound, Hever

Price: Offers over £1.25m

Tenure: Freehold

Wet:dry:accom split: 29:51:20

Agent: Davey Co 0333 200 8788

Comprehensively refurbished in 2017, this traditional pub, restaurant and inn comfortably accommodates around 80 covers and has five well-presented and spacious en-suite letting bedrooms, three of which have balconies. Trading areas feature an 180-degree open fireplace, exposed brick wall and timbers, and include a main bar, snug areas, dining and separate restaurant. There is also three-bedroom owner’s accommodation on the first floor.


The Horse and Jockey, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire

Price: £99,950

Tenure: Greene King lease with nine years remaining

Rent: £54,000

Turnover: for year ending 05/18 is £586,904 (inc vat)

Wet:dry:accom split: 50:44:6

Agent: Guy Simmonds 01332 865112

This beautifully presented 16th century village inn and restaurant has a lounge bar/dining area (c40), restaurant/function room (c40) and three external trading areas offering total seating for approx 100, plus three double/twin en-suite letting bedrooms, a large kitchen, car park for 70 cars and a paddock.

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