Renishaw, S21 3UA
Approximate Ingoings £7,000
Renishaw is a village in the district of North East Derbyshire which has an approximate population of 2,500 and lies on the A6135 road between the villages of Eckington and Barlborough. Renishaw is a picturesque village known as a mining village and holds a particular place in the history of coal mining in Derbyshire.
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.
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.
Leicester, LE7 4UD
Approximate Ingoings £11,500
The Blue Lion is situated in the aspirational historic hamlet of Thrussington in Leicestershire. Thrussington is situated one mile East of the A46 giving easy access by car to both Leicester and Nottingham. The village has a bus service to Melton Mowbray and Leicester. It is a medium sized detached property located centrally in the village and is set in its own grounds. The village boasts several annual events, including the Thrussington Fun Run, skittles on the green, and various social and fund–raising events. There is a good amount of mixed housing surrounding the pub location.
Aust, BS35 4AX
Approximate Ingoings £10,500
The Boars head is situated in the affluent village of Aust in south Gloucestershire, 10 miles north of Bristol and 28 miles south of Gloucester. Aust is a community close to the river seven with a small cluster of residents and a village chapel.