Characterful Country Inn, South Lanarkshire

Crawfordjohn, South Lanarkshire
Price: £ 185,000
Seller Reference: 636
Asking Price: £185,000
Net Profit: Undisclosed
Sales Revenue: Undisclosed
Number of Staff: Send enquiry for more details.
Established For: Send enquiry for more details.
Ownership: Freehold

Business Summary

The Inn is situated in a hamlet in South Lanarkshire surrounded by lovely rural countryside. The business trades on a five day per week opening, being closed on Monday and Tuesday throughout the year. The business is easily managed by husband and wife team. Income is equally split between food and wet sales with traditional bar meals being very popular. Although the business is easily managed and very profitable in its current format and there is potential to increase trade by offering bar server to functions at the Village Hall, offering B&B etc.

Energy performance rating � F.

If this business is of interest to you, please request full Sales Particulars or contact Gordon Mair of Cornerstone Business Agents on 0845 123 6970 or by email to gordon@cornerstoneba.com.

An easily managed Country Inn full of character and charm. Village bar, dining room, refurbished three bedroomed owners’ flat, beer garden, good profit margins. EPC rating F. Income is equally split between food and wet sales with traditional bar meals being very popular. Must be viewed. ...

Property Infomation

  Property: Freehold
 
  Lease Terms: n/a
 
  Current Rent: n/a
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: The owners� flat has been modernised and refurbished to an excellent standard. There is a large lounge with feature exposed stone wall and open fireplace, modern kitchen/diner, bathroom and three double bedrooms.
 
  Location: The hamlet of Crawfordjohn is situated in amongst the hills of South Lanarkshire. This hamlet is home to a historic church, The Colebrooke Arms and a Primary School (currently being re-built). It is also home to the Crawfordjohn Heritage Venture where you you will find exhibits of historic agricultural methods. Although the hamlet is �off the beaten track� it is only around 5 minutes drive from the M74 making Glasgow less than an hour�s drive away and Edinburgh, along with Carlisle, around an hour away.

Other Details

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