Overton, WF4 4RE
Approximate Ingoings £12,250
The Black Swan is a beautifully appointed traditional village pub in Overton, around 7 miles outside of Wakefield. Opposite the village green, the pub is surrounded by a mix of detached and semi-detached housing which are of a good standard. The area is considered fairly affluent with the majority of residents owning their home and having good levels of education.
Sheffield, S2 2BT
Approximate Ingoings £8,600
The Blackstock is located in Sheffield on the Gleadless estate with the pub surrounded by residential housing and an estate boasting a population over 4,000. The pub is prominently positioned on the main Gleadless road with footfall a plenty being situated next to a busy parade of shops, where there is a local convenience store, café, fast food restaurant, hairdressers, library and a licensed book keeper which also connects to the A6102 from Sheffield to Chesterfield.
Newbury, RG17 9TJ
Approximate Ingoings £12,000
The Blue Ball is located in the historic and picturesque village of Kintbury, which has quite rightly earned its place on the list of the 20 most desirable villages in the UK in which to live. Situated on the banks of the breathtakingly scenic Kennet and Avon Canal the village lies in an area designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The key amenities in the village include, a parish church, primary school, post office, corner shop, and a butchers. Kintbury Railway Station is only a short walk from the pub and provides links into Reading City Centre.
Approximate Ingoings £13,000
The Blue Ball is located just off the main Oakham to Leicester road which runs through the idyllic village of Braunston-in-Rutland. The pub is a 17th century village pub and restaurant serving homemade fare, an outstanding venue oozing character. Local hotspots such as Rutland golf club, water reserve and park, with a nearby train station which connects to Leicester and surrounding arears.
Amble, NE65 0LU
Approximate Ingoings £11,250
The Blue Bell is located on the main Northumberland coastal road that stretches from Newcastle to Scotland hugging the coastline. The area is very popular in high season with visitors to the attractive Northumberland coastline and its attractions. The Town of Amble is by and large historical with a very working-class demographic. Currently the nearby industrial estate is being developed with the infrastructure being put in place for a Morrisons supermarket and additional brand-new housing
Ashton-in-Makerfield Wigan WN4 0QF
Approximate Ingoings £7,250
The Blue Bell is a traditional community pub, located in the town of Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester and is 4.2 miles from the town centre of Wigan. Situated on Rectory road with local businesses dotted along and a number of large residential estates on the roads behind with the town as a whole having a population of circa 28,000.