A large public house in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, has come to the market vacant, having previously traded as a successful Wetherspoons.
The Robert Hamilton is well located within the heart of this busy commuter town, just a five-minute walk from Airdrie Station. Due to its prime location, when it last traded it was popular with both locals and visitors.
The property features a raised al fresco drinking and dining space and the general interior bar area, along with staff accommodation on the second floor.
Selling agents Christie & Co said that, due to the central location and size of the site, it has potential to ’cater for many concepts’ going forward – but there is also scope for residential development with the appropriate planning consent.
Christie’s Simon Watson, who is handling the sale, said: “This is a great opportunity to buy a sizeable public house located in a very prominent city centre location, being sold with vacant possession. This may also appeal to developers who may take a fresh approach with the property.”