drinking establishment in DA11
High Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 0AY
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- Excellent Investment Opportunity
- Popular A4 Use Bar to Ground Floor
- 4x Studio Flats Above
- Office Space (potential to convert STPP)
- Freehold Title
drinking establishment in DA11
FOR SALE BY AUCTION: terms and conditions apply.
We are are delighted to offer by modern method of auction, this unique freehold opportunity to buy this well-known establishment in the High Street. The main bar area has under gone refurbishment, with space to cater for parties and live bands. Basement for barrels plus extra storage is also included. Separate office space with disabled toilets on lower ground. This space also has potential to be converted into a fifth self-contained flat STUPP. Separate Male and Female toilets on first floor to cater for bar area. The building benefits from having four self-contained studio flats with an estimated income of £28,800 per annum, the bar is currently vacant. Good Location with lots of walk by traffic during the day and night.
This pub was established as the Three Tuns by 1570, rebuilt in 1789, renamed the Chase in 1871. A name which survived until it was recently renamed the Market Tavern but has recently been renamed as "Room 44".
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This property is being sold subject to unconditional reservation fee auction terms and conditions.
Contracts will exchange immediately. There are 28 days in which to complete the purchase.
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