THREE pubs in the West Dunbartonshire town of Alexandria have come onto the books of property firm Smith & Clough.
Described as a well-known community pub, The Laughing Fox currently trades on a free-of-tie wet sales only basis. The pub, which has a beer garden, is on the market at offers over £210,000 for the freehold.
The Old Vale Bar, meanwhile, is described as a prominent ‘locals’ pub which is well-supported by the community. Also a free-of-tie wet-led operation, the pub is said to be in “excellent condition”; offers in the region of £160,000 are being sought for the freehold.
The Pawn is also a wet sales only operation but has planning permission for a commercial kitchen, offering scope for a new owner to add a food offer to what’s described as a “steady wet-led business”. It’s being marketed at offers in the region of £215,000 for the freehold.
Smith & Clough’s Graeme Smith, who is handling the sales, said: “Each of these pubs offers an excellent opportunity as a stand-alone or as a group purchase. Each business is presented well throughout with a solid local reputation and even with the current trading restrictions each pub is fully compliant and has responded well since reopening in July.”