Pub details

Pub details

Junction Inn, Oldbury, B69 4DY

The Junction Inn is situated in the centre of Oldbury Town Centre. Oldbury is a town in the West Midlands, and is part of the “Black Country”. It is part of Sandwell District council and some 27 miles from Birmingham city centre. Oldbury is one of those high streets which still has banks and the popu-lation in the immediate area is over 14,000.

  • Town centre location
  • Scope to develop sports teams
  • No business rates payable

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Junction Inn Details

Trading style

The Junction is literally at the heart of the town sitting on a corner plot which is passed on both sides by traffic and therefore has a prominent location. It’s a successful thriving pub which the current op-erators took some 9 years ago and turned it round. They have created a thriving group of “regulars” and have established the pub with a good name. They have now decided to find another challenge . The existing customer base is very mixed, from OAPs and families during the day to the “high-vis” manual workers arriving for a late afternoon drink. Of an evening, the trade is really mixed with the pub having a real community appeal. There is a pool team and dominoes teams running from the pub with the opportunity to have darts teams too.

Trade accommodation

The pub comprises one large room which is light and airy. The pub has a good selection of fixed seating, and a de-fined “bar area”. Next to this area there is a pool table area and some additional seating, and there is a large open fire area which in the winter gives this pub a warm feel. Back of house there’s a small food prep area, and whilst we see this pub doing “snacks” the kitchen area is not big enough to do much by way of a food offering. The high street is well catered for in terms of food, and we envisage the new operators doing what the old operators have done and that’s invite customers to bring their take-aways in if they want to enjoy a pint whilst eating. The pub has a very small car park area to the front of the pub for three cars (these places can be “locked” off for the tenant’s use. There’s plenty of parking in the area, with a large council run car park just two minutes down the road. Most customers live and work in the immediate area so there’s no need to worry about parking.

Private accommodation

Upstairs there’s two floors – the first floor comprises two good sized bedrooms and extremely large lounge and indeed a large domestic kitchen/dinner. In addition, there’s an bathroom and toilet. This area of living accommodation is in accept able condition. The top level of the pub has an additional four bedrooms and a bathroom, however, this floor hasn’t been used in years and in poor condition at present.

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5 Year Tenancy Agreement

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