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Chance to net bar in fishing village

Business in picturesque Pittenweem on the market

A BAR in the Fife fishing village of Pittenweem has come onto the books of property agent Bruce & Co.
Located in what’s described as a “substantial” end-terraced property in the village, the West End Bar is said to offer “real charm and character”.

The West End Bar in the Fife village of Pittenweem has four-bedroom owner’s accommodation.

The West End Bar in the Fife village of Pittenweem has four-bedroom owner’s accommodation.

The business, which has been under the same ownership for the past 13 years, comprises a bar area and a function room, which currently operates as a restaurant two evenings a week; there’s also four-bedroom owner’s accommodation on the first floor of the property, which has its own separate entrance. Outside, the West End Bar has a “beautifully-presented” beer garden and a children’s play area, which is said to attract families.
Selling agent Bruce & Co said the bar enjoys strong trade from tourists visiting the picturesque village, which has a traditional harbour, and the nearby beaches and golf courses.
“The traditional property occupies a corner spot in the village and attracts a lot of passing trade due to its excellent location,” said the agent in a statement.
“The business offers a selection of draught beers, wines and spirits in a cosy and friendly atmosphere.
“Although the business has been trading successfully for many years, there is much scope for a new owner to further increase the turnover of the business.”
The West End Bar is on the market at £349,995 for the freehold interest.

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