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.
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
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.
Church Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1SS
Approximate Ingoings £6,000
The Boat Inn is located in Wednesfield, Wolverhampton. Wednesfield is a small densely populated village just two miles north east of the city of Wolverhampton. The Boat is situated just off the centre of the main bars but built a popular reputation and fast becoming a part of the “weekend circuit” .
Bangor, LL57 2SF
Approximate Ingoings £9,000
The Boatyard is situated in the university city of Bangor, North Wales with the city being one of the oldest and smallest cities in Wales. The city welcomes tourists from across the world keen to enjoy all this city has to offer including its stunning scenery overlooking Welsh hills and the North Wales coastline. The university has around 12,000 students many of which call the city home for most the year.