Substantial public house for sale on behalf of J D Wetherspoon
The Coronet comprises a former cinema that was constructed in the 1930’s and originally opened to the public in 1940. The semi detached building is of brick construction. To the rear of the property is an external beer garden laid out for approximately 20 customers.
Ground Floor: Trading accommodation with bar servery to one side with seating on loose tables and chairs. A catering kitchen, beer cellar, customer WC’s and a staff room are also provided.
Basement: Plant room.
First Floor: Former dress circle with raked seating area (seating removed), disused customer WC’s and store room.
Rateable Value & EPC
2017 Rateable Value - £110,000
The property benefits from a premises licence permitting the sale of alcohol until 00:00 Monday to Sunday.
Historic trading information may be available to interested parties upon written request.
Fixtures and Fittings & Stock
Fixtures and fittings with the exception of all tills, IT equipment, leased and branded items can be included as part of the sale should they be required. Stock will be removed from the premises prior to completion.
Viewings & Terms
Interested parties are asked to undertake discreet customer visits in the first instance. No formal viewings will be permitted unless arranged through the joint selling agents Savills and CBRE. Under no circumstances should any direct approach be made to any of our clients staff.
Offers are invited for the benefit of our clients freehold interest.
To see further available JD Wetherspoon Public Houses across England, Scotland and Wales please visit: jdwdisposals.co.uk
EPC Rating is D (84)
|Floor / Unit||Type||Size||Status|
|Ground||Pub||9548 sq ft||Available|
|Basement||Pub||312 sq ft||Available|
|1st (Former dress circle and disused WC’s)||Pub||0.1 sq ft||Available|