Penn Street Taverns puts four pubs on the market

06 August 2010 by
Penn Street Taverns puts four pubs on the market

Birmingham-based pub firm Penn Street Taverns is to sell four of its15 pubs.

Property agent Christie + Co is marketing the four freehold properties in the West Midlands. They are:

• The Hampton, Birmingham
• The Midland, Birmingham
• The Beau Brummie, Birmingham
• The Bush, Wednesbury

The Beau Brummie is based close to St Andrews, Birmingham City's football stadium.

The pubs are available in price from £95,000 to £155,000.

Penn Street Taverns currently operates 15 pubs across the West Midlands, Shropshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Herefordshire.

Noel Moffitt, director at Christie + Co, said: "These four substantially-sized pubs will prove equally popular with developers and established local operators. The location of the Beau Brummie should ensure it attracts high levels of interest in particular."

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