A former stately home dating back to the 15th century which is thought to have hosted guests including Lord Nelson is up for sale.
On behalf of a private vendor, Savills has brought to market Cedar House, a grade II*-listed National Trust property close to the River Mole in the village of Cobham, Surrey.
The property is available by way of a new ‘free-of-tie’ lease and has potential for a range of uses including as ... Continue Reading
A historic church in the Forest of Dean which has been closed for five years is now up for sale for £500,000.
St John the Evangelist in Coleford was built between 1878 and 1880 to replace the town’s original church. The Grade II-listed Victorian building has been put on the market by Gloucester Diocese.
The church has been dogged with problems, closing in winter 2012 because it could not afford to pay its repair bil... Continue Reading
A popular Ipswich pub with full catering facilities and a three-bed flat has gone up for sale for £720,000.
The Mulberry Tree, just off Ipswich’s main shopping area at the junction of Woodbridge Road and Crown Street, has been put on the market as a freehold through Penn Commercial, the Ipswich Star reported.
The 1,599 sq ft property has an L-shaped bar with room for 50 customers and a tap room. Outside there is a 1,2... Continue Reading
A derelict youth and community centre in Cheshire has gone up for sale for £125,000.
The centre, in Kingsley, is a former village hall and playing field. About 20 buyers have expressed interest buying the site, the Sentinel reported.
Describing the property, on Holt Lane, Mounsey Chartered Surveyors said: "The property comprises of a range of large open plan rooms with offices and male and female WCs.
"Ext... Continue Reading
A 1950s-style American diner in Manchester’s popular Northern Quarter has been put up for sale for £500,000.
The Infamous Diner restaurant, which was launched in 2015 as Manchester’s first American diner, was put on the market by owners Mark Andrew Developments (MAD), the team behind hospitality ventures such as Walrus, Rosylee, and Hula.
The property is now listed on Christie & Co website for £500,000 with a 25-ye... Continue Reading
New owners are being sought to run a historic Staffordshire pub with the business going up for sale on Rightmove.
An award-winning Staffordshire pub that dates back to the mid-19th century is on the market for £79,995.
The Ivy House in Stafford Road, Newtown, near Great Wyrley, currently employs 25 people and generates around £480,000 in turnover every year.
Owners Martin and Hilary Cregeen said they have ... Continue Reading
A Victorian building that was redeveloped into a popular ‘bunkhouse’ style hostel in the heart of Newcastle city centre is on the market for £195,000.
Heroes Hostel-Hotel on Grainger Street offers accommodation for up to 75 people and is close to a number of Newcastle landmarks and top things to see and do.
The site has 14 bedrooms over three floors, comprising twin and triple bunk beds in rooms for up to nine peopl... Continue Reading
A boutique hotel that overlooks Cornwall’s River Fowey has been put up for sale for £1.5 million.
The Cormorant Hotel is a 14 en-suite bedroom hotel that offers “significant development opportunities”, sellers Savills said.
The boutique hotel, about two miles from the town of Fowey, sits on an elevated position over the river with all bedrooms, public areas and restaurant looking onto it.
The site als... Continue Reading
A popular Hastings pub named after the half-brother of William the Conqueror has been put up for sale for half a million pounds.
Owner Greene King says the Robert de Mortain, on The Ridge, “no longer fits” with its core estate, the Hastings Observer reported.
The operator is inviting offers in excess of £550,000 from prospective buyers.
The pub will continue to operate until it is sold but the new owne... Continue Reading
A country pub in Northumberland that’s listed in the Michelin Guide for 2017 is up for sale for £130,000.
The Barrasford Arms in the village of Barrasford near Hexham, dates back to 1870 and features a bar and lounge, one private and two public dining rooms, seven ensuite letting bedrooms and a detached three bedroom cottage.
Owner and head chef Tony Binks took over the business in 2006 and has since significantly bui... Continue Reading
A popular Chinese restaurant in Exeter is on the market for £120,000.
The Oriental City Restaurant and Takeaway, located in the village of Pinhoe, is described by sellers Stonesmith as an “established and prominent” business.
The restaurant is a contemporary space having undergone extensive refurbishment and is open seven evenings a week.
The premises has a fully-licensed, air-conditioned 120-cover rest... Continue Reading
A grade II-listed pub in the East Sussex village of Hartfield, famous as the setting of EE Milne’s Winnie the Pooh books, is up for sale for £795,000.
The Anchor Inn, a freehouse, is a two-storey pub with two bars, a 40-cover dining area, four bedroom owners’ accommodation, two ensuite bed and breakfast rooms, a large garden with an area for hosting marquee wedding receptions and car parking for 50 vehicles.
Hartfie... Continue Reading
A seafront cafe in Aberdeenshire is on the market for offers above £325,000.
Molly’s Cafe Bar in Stonehaven was described as a “thriving” establishment by Matthew Cohen & Associates, which is managing the sale.
The cafe, on Stonehaven’s promenade, looks out onto the nearby bay and is surrounded by a clutch of other retail sites, including The Bay Fish and Chips, Aunty Betty’s ice-cream shop and Stonehaven open... Continue Reading
Encouraging news for anyone looking to buy a business: the number of businesses in the UK has reached a record high of 5.5 million, according to official statistics.
Data from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy shows that, at the start of 2016, there were a million more small businesses, 4,000 more medium-sized businesses and 900 more large businesses when compared to 2010. That’s an increase of 23 per cent... Continue Reading
According to recent figures, the number of insolvencies in Scotland has fallen by almost a third, which suggests that the country’s economy is starting to bounce back to pre-recession levels. So, there has never been a better time to consider looking at expanding your operations north of the border.
The drop in the number of Scottish businesses going into administration has now fallen below pre-recession levels. For example, figure... Continue Reading
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