UK news The 12 pubs for sale in Cambridgeshire right now last minute news

Fancy yourself as a landlord? Or maybe you're ready for a new business opportunity? If so, check out these pubs for sale across Cambridgeshire

UK news The 12 pubs for sale in Cambridgeshire right now last minute news

Fancy yourself as a landlord? Or maybe you're ready for a new business opportunity? If so, check out these pubs for sale across Cambridgeshire

UK news The 12 pubs for sale in Cambridgeshire right now last minute news
22 May 2020 - 23:15 ( 2020-05-22 23:15:05 )

Pubs may be having  a tough time of it given everything that's going on right now, but they are an iconic British institution and there's no doubt that we'll all be enjoying a cold pint at our local as soon as we're safely able to do so. You may be a regular at your local pub, or maybe you're looking for a change in career, so have you ever thought about becoming a pub landlord? If this appeals to you then why not check out those currently for sale in Cambridgeshire? We've rounded them up below. The Mermaid - Ellington The Mermaid at Ellington (Image: Google) The Mermaid pub in Ellington is a four bedroom property with two restaurants. Two of the rooms are for letting in a separate building, while the other two double bedrooms are part of the owner's accommodation, along with a lounge, office and family bathroom. The pub itself has a welcoming bar with space for around 30 covers, with a designated dining area for around 16 covers with exposed beams and brickwork. Restaurant one has a large feature brick fireplace and space for around 12 covers, while the second restaurant which leads on to the garden has space for around 14 covers. The property also comes with an enclosed garden with patio terrace areas with its own pizza oven and BBQ area and a fully equipped commercial kitchen. Guide price: £495,000 Estate agent: Guy Simmonds Business Transfers Limited Take part in the Great Big Business Survey today! Calling all business owners and business leaders - we want to hear from you. The coronavirus pandemic has been the most turbulent time in business for generations - and now we want you to tell us exactly what it has meant for you and your business in our Great Big Business Survey. Follow the link here  - it'll only take a couple of minutes but will ensure the voices of local, struggling businesses are heard. The Wheatsheaf - Stow-cum-Quy The Wheatsheaf at Stow-cum-Quy (Image: Google) The Wheatsheaf is a former Greene King in Stow-cum-Quy and front onto Stow Road with a large car park and modern bar and dining areas. The two storey detached property has various extensions to the side and rear, and inside there is an open plan restaurant area and a main bar area. The private accommodation is on the first floor and is made up of two double bedrooms, a living room, a family bathroom and two storage rooms. A good-sized beer garden at the front of the pub has space for around 24 covers with a large car park for 30 vehicles including two disabled spaces. Guide price: £475,000 Estate Agent: James A Baker The Jolly Miller - Cottenham The Jolly Miller, Cottenham (Image: Sidney Phillips Limited) This two story pub is an ideal location based on Cottenham High Street. The wooden-clad bar servery makes a stunning central feature to the pub with space to cater for around 20 people with a separate games room off to the side for around eight people. Outside there's a patio and a garden - perfect for long summer evenings in a beer garden (we can dream right now!) The first floor offers a substantial sized function room as well as the residential accommodation of the property. Consisting of three double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom as well as an owner's office, there's plenty of space upstairs to make yourself at home. At the rear of the property there are a number of outbuildings which are connecting as well as a garage and some letting rooms. The pub also sits on a large plot of land, making it perfect for anyone looking to take on a challenge and develop the pub further. Guide price: £450,000 Estate Agent: Sidney Phillips Limited The Case - Wisbech The Case in Wisbech, pictured in 2017 (Image: Google)   This pub, which is made up of two floors and nearly 8,000 sq.ft is being marketed either as it is, or with the potential to change the use to a mix of retail and residential. The property is located in the heart of Wisbech, very close to the Horse Fair shopping centre with plenty of free car parking available nearby. While it had been a successful pub and bar business, it is noted that the property would need a refurbishment if it were to open once more as a food and drink venue. It already has fixed walk in fridge and freezers in the catering kitchen space on the ground bar, and a long bar in place already. If you were to think about developing this site as a mixed residential and retail property then it's worth noting that planning permission for retail space on the ground floor has been granted already. Guide price: £450,000 Estate Agent: LLH, Lincolnshire Dyke's End - Reach (Image: Google) The Dyke's End pub is located in the quaint Cambridgeshire village of Reach, between Cambridge and Newmarket, just north of Swaffham Bulbeck. This brick-built property is arranged over two stories, with the residential accommodation on the first floor. A central porch provides a picturesque entrance to the pub, which comprises of a traditional bar and dining area with an open fireplace and central wooden bar servery providing for around 30 covers, as well as bar and darts area. The commercial kitchen has been recently extended and extensively renovated, and a basement cellar is accessible from behind the bar. As well as the residential space upstairs, which is made up of two double bedrooms, a lounge and bathroom, there is an additional dining and restaurant area with space for around 20 covers. To complete the perfectly picturesque village look, the pub even has a garden enclosed with a picket fence overlooking the village green - perfect for punters to sit and watch the world go by. Dyke's End also benefits from a dedicated car park at the rear, and additional garden space. There's also a single storey outbuilding which was used previously as a brewery and could easily be brought back to use in that way. Guide price: £425,000 Estate Agent: Everard Cole Ltd Green Man, Six Mile Bottom The Green Man in Six Mile Bottom (Image: Google)   The Green Man, sitting in Six Mile Bottom near the busy A1304, London Road, is a two storey brick detached pub. Inside the pub is split into three areas: restaurant, bar/snug and function room. The restaurant is open plan with bar servery and provides seating for around 50 covers. Adjacent to this is the snug which provides a further 20 covers with direct access to the covered patio. The function room is detached and caters to a further 20 covers, and can be accessed via the patio. The patio itself provides extra seating for around 40 covers, but this number can be increased if required. There's also a second patio area to the front of the pub. On the first floor there are five en-suite letting rooms, which hve been converted from the previous private accommodation and office. A car park at the property also has space for around 15 cars. Guide price: £420,000 Estate Agent: Everard Cole Horsefair Tavern, Wisbech The Horsefair Tavern on Hill Street, Wisbech (Image: Google)   The horsefair Taven in Wisbech town centre is an 18th century building constructed of rusticated stone at the ground floor and brick on the second floor. This Grade II listed building, build in around 1860, has a number of period features including high ceiling, moulded stone cornice and sash windows. After entering the projecting closed porch at the front, you are met with the open-plan trade space, with a central L-shaped wooden bar servery, games area and a space to the rear with vaulted ceiling and roof lantern along with the toilets. A small trade kitchen to the rear and a rear corridor leads to an office and store area with a side entrance and access to the basement cellar. The first floor is made up of private accommodation, comprising of three bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, study or store room a two piece bathroom and a toilet. Guide price: £250,000 Estate Agents: Everard Cole and Sidney Phillips Limited The Horseshoe Inn, St Neots The Horseshoe Inn, St Neots (Image: Google)   The Horseshoe Tavern in St Neots has a loyal customer base and excellent reputation, making it a go-to restaurant in the heart of the local community. The pub itself is made up of two bars, both with ingle nook fireplaces and an extremely large car park capable of holding around 75 cars. The spacious restaurant has space for around 130 covers, and comes highly rated among its competition in the local area on Trip Advisor. There are also extensive gardens with a children's area in the beautiful, rural setting. The large garden also has space for accommodation such as cabins. It also includes a four bedroom apartment with a bathroom which could either be used as private accommodation or converted for letting accommodation. Guide price: £175,000 Estate Agents: Intelligent Business Transfer Limited Woadmans Arms, Newton The Woadmans Arms in Newton (Image: Google)   The Woadmans Arms, located in the Cambridgeshire village of Newton near Wisbech, is a two storey brick pub. The pub trading area is comprised of a main bar, trade room, games room and basement cellar and a car park. For the owners there are four double bedrooms in the private accommodation. It's noted that this property is in need of refurbishment, but this could present the perfect development opportunity to bring something fresh and exciting to the village of Newton Guide price: £160,000 Estate Agents: Sidney Phillips Limited The Kingston Arms, Cambridge The Kingston Arms on Kingston Street, Cambridge (Image: Google)   Located on Kingston Street in central Cambridge, right by the train station and just off Mill Road, this pub is popular and thriving within the local community. The mid terrace, two storey brick property is presented in excellent condition throughout having been maintained to a high standard througohut the owners tenure. The ground floor provides a traditional bar area with a central wooden bar servery with a mi of fixed banquet and loose seating for around 50 covers. At the read is a well-equipped commercial kitchen, and both male and female toilets are well maintained. Access to the extensive basement cellar is provided internally but there is also a side alleyway entrance for deliveries. Outside, there is a west facing pub garden, as well as racking and moveable bar servery used for the renowned 'Kingston Beer Festival'. Upstairs there is a good sized domestic flat with two bedrooms, a lounge and separate kitchen as well as a private roof terrace. Guide Price: £38,000 Estate Agents: Everard Cole The New Sun Inn, Kimbolton The New Sun Inn on Kimbolton High Street (Image: Google)   The New Sun Inn is a long established and very successful traditional inn and restaurant in the village of Kimbolton. The pub is believed to be around 300 years old and has been well maintained. A cosy and inviting lounge is full of old world charm, with space for around 18 covers, there's also a welcoming public bar with exposed beams and brickwork, and a conservatory/dining room with space for around 28 covers which also benefits from exposed beams and brickwork and a tiled floor. A separate restaurant and function room also has space for around 30 covers, which is fully carpeted and furnished and ideal for smaller gatherings such as parties and meetings. As for the owner's accommodation it is spacious and flexible, located on the first and second floor and comprising of four double bedrooms, a lounge, dining room, kitchen, office, family bathroom and shower room - so plenty of space. Outside there is a large enclosed patio with private parking for three cars. Guide price: £19,500 Estate Agents: Guy Simmonds Business Transfers Limited The Letter B, Whittlesey The Letter B in Whittlesey (Image: Google) The Letter B in Whittlesey is a two-storey brick built pub and has been Peterborough CAMRA's Cider Pub of the Year 2015, 2016 and 2017. There are two traditional bar areas served by the same central servery, both benefitting from separate access from Church Street. The primary bar caters to 28 covers with a mixture of fixed and loose seating. The secondary bar caters to a further 26 covers and has a darts board. There's also a small snug area for around six to eight covers. Along with this there area also four letting rooms, one triple, two twins and one single with two shared bathrooms. For the landlord there is a self-contained two bedroom flat with large lounge and kitchen, Outside there's sun-trap decking with space for around 20 covers and a single parking space. Guide price: £350,000 Estate Agents: Everard Cole

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