A COMMUNITY pub in the heart of the Fife town of Cupar has come onto the market for the first time in 16 years via Cornerstone Business Agents.
The wet-led pub’s central location in the town, which enjoys good transport links to the central belt with regular trains to Perth and Edinburgh, is said to give the outlet “a great deal of passing trade” and visibility.
Barry McNeil, director of Cornerstone, said: “At present the business is run under management and trades with impressive levels of turnover and profit.
“In the modern day of chain pubs and repeated design, The Parsonage Bar offers a real throwback in terms of the well-presented timber gantry and dark stained wood panelled walls.”
The Parsonage is on the market with a guide price of £175,000 for the freehold of the property.